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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1965 


No. 260-107th YEAR 


Lester Looks Livid 


It Was Nikita's Pet 


Pupils Pique Pearson 


the scandals and appeared 
ready to argue with the young¬ 
ster when his aides led him 
away. (Mr.. North wa* later 
allowed to apeak at the meet- 

( onttnued on Pag* J 


their spokemen for rot fee. But 
when the 22-year-old -student. 
Hart North, waved a sign list¬ 
ing Liberal scandals th • prime 
minister became Uvid. 

He angrily refused to discuss 


Then they followed the prime 
minister's car cavalcade lo the 
local arena where Mr. Pearson 
spoke to some 1,800 people 
Before the meeting Mr. 
Pearson offered to take one of 


By FRASER KELLY 
Colonial Ottawa Bureau 

FREDER1CTON, N.B.— 
About 70 jeering university stu¬ 
dents managed to provoke 
Prime Minister Pearson here 
Saturday despite attempts by 
New Brunswick Premier Louis 
Robichaud to choke off their 
demonstration. 

They were waiting for Mr. 
Pearson at the airport with 
signs reading : Mike the Men¬ 
ace, Weakness Breeds Cor¬ 
ruption, Pickpocket Pearson 
Go Home. 

Most of them complained 
bitterly that the prime min¬ 
ister had , in effect disenfran¬ 
chised them by calling the 
election Nov. 8. 


The “fantastic” secret weapon 


LONDON (AP) 
that Nikita Khrushchev rattled at the West in 1960 was 
a nuclear-propelled rocket that blew up on the launch¬ 
ing pad, killing the Soviet commander of rocket forces 
and 300 others, the newspaper Guardian said Saturday, 

. i > The Guardian quoted from 
\ _ 7 wbat It said were secret reports 

IF ' of Oleg Penkovsky, a Russian 

who was sentenced to death by 
a Soviet court in 1963 for spying 

1 1IH for the West. He was close to 

* * 111 1 influential Kremlin leaders and 

|was regarded in London and 
. Washington at the moat valu- 

. able Western spy behind the 

fffjfK Iron Curtain. 

'' Victor Zorza. Communist af- 

fairs expert of the Guardian, 
W apparently obtained an advance 

tragnf look at the spy’s reports, which 

A are being published soon under 

the title The Penkovsky Papers. 

f A WC BOAST IN IM 

Zorza said Penkovsky reported 
# that former Premier Khrush- 

L W% chev’s boast early In 1960 of * 

secret weapon annoyed Soviet 
, tnidviry m t» and forced a pre- 

mature testing of the rocket. 

In the fall of 1960, scientists 
assembled to rush through a 
test in time for the October 
Revolution anniversary, Zorza 
reported. 

"The countdown went accord¬ 
ing to plan" Zorza said, "but 
the new miasile failed to leave 
the ground. The observers 


(The Canada Elections Act 
requires many of them to re¬ 
turn home from their univer¬ 
sity residences to vote—some¬ 
thing they claim they can’t 
afford, t 

Aa he stepped from his plane 
the students oh anted "We want 
our VoCes, Where’s Rivard .. . 
and Let’s Hava Honesty in 
Government.’* j 


Laing 


Tradition Erased 


The United StatP* 


KETCHIKAN, Alaska (CP) 
should not seek a solution to Sts water shortages by 
looking ‘ suddenly at Canada as a potential source of 
unlimited quantities of fresh water which can be tapped 
at any time,” Resources Minister Arthur Laing said 
here Saturday. . ■ ■ - ■ 

Mr. Laing referred to the 
North American Water and FVee Fall 

Power Alliance, 


British Tories 
Turn Eyes 
To Continent 


Nedelin 


a $100,000,- 
000,000 project to provide the 
western United State* with Ca¬ 
nadian water. 

Th* vast scheme, brainchild 
of the Ralph M. Parsons Co. or 
Loa Angeles and New York, in¬ 
volves jtha collection of water 


Faster 

Than 

Sound? 


BRIGHTON (Reuter*)—Party cat* C u nw r vtiv supporter* 
leader Edward Hewitt Saturday (hat tots would mean a "harp 
art Britain * Conservative oppo- break wMi the old p o kus <*- 
jetton moving toward Europe i>e<-**By ki defence and »gnrid- 
land a oroewhnt away from tto airs. 

[traditional global and Caramon- *nutw 

H—# i laid the party had. ae- 


"At this point th* missile 
exploded, killing 300 people, 
among them the commander-S- 
chief of the Soviet missile 
forces. Marshal Nedeltn." 

Th* Russia*! announced Oet 
39 . W, that Marshal Mltroran 
1. Nedelin and several other of¬ 
ficers had be*n killed in the line 
of duty in an air crash. 

In an address to the Soviet! 
Parliament on Jan. 14, 1960, 1 
Khrushchev declared: 

"The Central Commute* ol 

tea tinned on Pngs t 


from river* In British Oolum- 
Ma. tha Yukon and Alaska, 
which now drain into th# Pa¬ 
cific and Arctic Oceana. 

MASSIVE LAKE 

Trapped in giant reservoirs, 
water would be channelled 


He talB US delegatee at toe 
final Weston of fee party's an¬ 
nual conference that Britain * 
future lay in the new, stronger 
Westrm Europe em erging to 
complement the power of the 
United tales. - t 
The mem theme at die ftiur- 
day conference has been to edu- 


and declared: 

“Our task is to chat** the 
mood of the ooimtry aa a whole. 

We know our line of advance. 

Lrt us see Hat other people do.*' 

The most important develop-_ 

ment In Marnatoonal affairs for tunnels into the Rocky Moun- 
BntaJn waa the changing bat- tain Trench forming a 500-mile 
ano* bet w ee n toe two aides of lake from 
th* Atlantic, Heath said. 

BETTER CHANCE* 


MINNEAPOLIS (API — 
A veteran parachutist will 
try to break toe speed of 
sound Monday in making a 
free fall from the stratos¬ 
phere. 

Nicholas J. Piantanida, 33, 
of Lakewood, N.J., will be 
lifted by balloon to an alti¬ 
tude of better than 118,000 
feet above the old University 
of Minnesota airfield at near¬ 
by New Brighton. 

Then Piantanida, a 
licenced parachutist with 
more than 400 jumps in hi* 
career, will Jump from th# 
gondola. 

Piantanida will wear a- 
pressure suit, and will carry 
oxygen, two parachutes, a 
tape recorder, camera and 
other equipment. The man 
and his equipment will 
weigh about 375 pounds. 

Plantanida's p a r a c h u(e, 
triggered by a barometric de¬ 
vice, will open automatically 
between 4,000 and 3,500 feet. 
The ballon will be destroyed 
by a radiodetonated ex¬ 
plosion about an hour after 
Piantanida jumps. 

The Jump will be the first 
known attempt of an in¬ 
dividual to surpass the speed 
of sound with gravity aa the 
only force. 


New York marine vet shouts at pacifists 


Penkovsky 


ice Georg# to 

Ubby, Monr 

Mr. Laing, who spoke at a 
"The mare clearly tha* change meeting of the Alaska State 
is unde rsto od, then the gre a ter Chamber of Commerce, said 
are our chan or* of redreateng the flooding of extensive areas 
the balance without friction be- of Canada “in itself, is unde 
(ween friends. sirable." 

"It is in toi. pototkxi today lf .ome return accrued 

I that I want Britan to he able tQ from thl . .cheme, it 

to exert her influence m *y not be aa beneficial to the 

DEFENCE SHIFT * nation ss the eetabtitenner* of 

Other Conservative leaders in tool Industries and a local 
the conference spelled out in population to use the same 
greater detail toe full impttoa- w * ter » n Canada, he said, 
tions of the party * new determi- Much of the water shortage 
nation to join the common mar- problem in the more densely 
ket when a favorable chance populated parts of North 
arises. America could be solved by 

Delegates were told it would adequate planning and control, 
mean abandoning subsidies for he suggested, 
farmers in favor of import lev- „ In parUcu | ar I ^ hopeful 
lei, and an eventual shift in de- thmt ^ densely-populated re- 
fence commitments to Ana and g]om wi|1 mliz( ^ valuable 

Afncft - fresh water can be, arid per¬ 

haps take more rapid steps to- 
controlling pollution 


U.S. Planes 
Downed 
By Gunfire 


Massive War Protests 

% 

In U.S., Around World 


BAIUON (UPD—A military 
afMikseman la Halgea says a 

l\S. fighter plaae attacUag 
North Viet Nam waa shrt 
down by gantlre. Another 1*1 
trying to aa»l«t the dawned 
pilot mlno won shot down. 

The spokesman says they 
a ere teiot down Friday dnriag 
an attack on military barrack* 
almnt IS miles southwest of 
Hanoi. 


Mixed protests — *ome peace¬ 
ful, some charged with violence 
—spread across the United 
States over the weekend to con¬ 
demn the government's policies 
In Viet Nam. 

The pattern was repeated in 
meny major centres around the 
globe with demonstrations re¬ 
ported from London, Dublin. To¬ 
ronto Brussels. Stockholm and 
Tokyo, 

For the secood straight day, 
thousands of demons trators 
marched through city street* 
across the U.S. Saturday de¬ 
manding an end to the war in 
Viet Nam. Many were met with 
arrests, blow*, curses, eggs and 
i ed paint Many planned to con¬ 
tinue today. 

In New York, a flying wedge 
of spectators cracked through 
police barricades and beat dem¬ 
onstrators to the pavement dur¬ 
ing a march V 13,000 persons 
down Fifth Avenue. 

BREAK RANKS 

Two men dashed into the ranks 
of a Spanish-speaking contingent 
marching with a Cuban flag 

One grabbed a marcher and 
they fell wrestling to the pave¬ 
ment, boto tearing their shirts 
a* they rolled over and over 
until poMce broke it up. 
DIFFERENT FLAGS 

Marchers also bore the U.S. 
and United Nation* flags and 
signs reading, “Stc*> the War in 
Viet Nam Now." 

A gang of 35 "Hell’s Angels.” 


50.000 Cubans 


Dominican 
Politician 
Shot Down 

SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican 
Republic (AP) — Police said 
conservative politician Angel 
Severn Cabral waa shot down by 
a mob Saturday when he en¬ 
tered the formerly rebel-held United States “can be one of 
sector to remove fymnure from ^ most Important develop- 
his home there. menta In our history: this can 

His daughter Ada. 26, also be as important as exporting 
wounded in the attack, said an wheat . or ™ Anything else 
assailant entered the ambulance on «* d *y we ’U fl " d out 

taking him away and fired an- how Important this resource 
other shot which killed him. ,s ' he “ ld 
The leader of the Revolu- “We will be diacusslng thi* 
tionary Action party waa 56. with the United States," Mr. 
Hi* wife also was wounded. Pearson said. 


Moving Date 
et for Saanich 
—Page 10 


Pacifist is downed in New York tussle over Cuban flag 


Leafs RaUle 
Canucks Again 

—Page 16 


only one major category of 
people that Cuba will not permit 
to leave the country—boys and 
men between 14 and 27. 

MILITARY DUTIES 

The reasons given are that 
they have military obligations to' 
th# state. 

Meanwhile, more than 40 
email boats piloted by Cuban 
exiles continued to arrive and 
depart at Camarioca, about 75 
mile* east of the Cuban capital. 

They were loading Cubans 
with relative* in the United 
States for the risky trip across 
the Florida Straits. 


Happy Failures 
See Meal Burn 
—Page 20 


The Chinese Comm urns ts, 
he said, remain ‘'blatant advo¬ 
cate* of violence.” 

“The militant Communist* 
of Asia.” Rusk said, “will 
have to learn that aggression 
does not fcay. That is the 
issue involved. But if aggres¬ 
sion there » not repelled, we 
would have to expect further 
and bigger aggressions in the 
future." 


BALTIMORE (UP1 (-Secre¬ 
tary of State Dean Rusk 
declared Saturday that unless 
Communist aggression In Viet 
Nam 1# repelled, the world 
will face further and bigger 
aggressions in the future. 


largely unseen and unheard 
search for world peace Is 
gathering momentum. 


cited advance* in international 
co-operatien in fields as 
diverse a* dtoarmament, avia¬ 
tion, health, trade and science. 


Bridge 


Comics 


President Johnson's chief 
diplomatic adviser made the 
statements in a formal lecture 
at John Hopkins University. 
Most of his remarks were de¬ 
voted to toe hopeful side of 
foreign affairs which, he com¬ 
plained, receive* little public 
a i tent ion. For example, he 


Crossword __ 

Financial News 
Garden Notes 
Social 

Spurt .. 

Television . 

Theatres 


While this is taking place, 
he said, Americans .“dare not 
let down our guard against 
aggression.” He said Russia 
“appears to understand what 
a great war would cost" but 
still supports so-called “wars 
of national liberation." 


But he alao said that while 
Viet Nam and other crises 
capture the heudlinrs, a 



















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Continual from Page I 

Worldwide Peace 


flallu (Unionist, Victoria 

Sunday, Otltbtr 17, lt4S 


Protests 


dicrs and marines with atrocities 
against the Vietnamese* 
Demonstrations ot various fclze 
and intensity were reported In 
New York. Washing'on. Chtcugo. 
Madison, Los Angeles. Berkeley. 
Calif., San Diego, Pittsburgh, 
Portland, Ore.. Cincinnati, Mem¬ 
phis, Tenn., Philadelphia, New 
Orleans, Austin. Tex., Lawrence. 
Kan., St. Louis, Carbondale. 111., 


50 young men crashed through I Parades were staged in many I "I'm not moving for these peo- 
the barricades and fell upon! other cities. Here is a look pie." he said. I 

the marchers. Men and women , at some of them: | • Austin, Tex. _.“V* 

banned a scheduled protest ny 
about 90 students at the Uni¬ 
versity of Texas. About 120 
marchers kei>t to the sidewalks 

00 Jih. HC T d ^ont he ” ^eiversV^'tLpS" 


were brought down by frying 
tackles and punches. 
.MARCHER HIT 
Police restored order, but 
later a young heckler attacked 
a middle-aged marcher with 
his fists. A mgh police official 
put In a call to headquarters 


• Lawrence, Kansas — 
Police arrested a man In an 
anti-war group carrying a sign 
with an obscene word written 


Cincinnati, Olio — Fifty 


side the federal building 
were picketed by a group of 
counter-pickets carrying a 
wreath kt memorial to U.S. 
dead In Viet Nam. 

• Memithis, Tennessee 


Seattle and Miami. j to "send me every man you I anti-war pickets marched out- 

TTie national co-ordinating have except those on patrol | sWe ^ fedffral building. They 
committee to end the war in Hours later In Berkeley— 

Viet Nam reported from its scene of a march of 5,000 Fri 
Madison, WU„ headquarters d*y n ight—the "Hella Angels" 
that demonstrations had been stormed Into a crowd of 
planned in at least 100 cities; marchers estimated at 2.500. 
this weekend. The committee s They attacked Just as the I 
chairman. Frank Emspak. re marchers approached a police I Student leaders issued a stale- 
celved reports In a rundown cordon set up to keep them ment of support of U.S.-Viet 
building Just two blocks from f-om entering the city of Oak Nam policy. "Constant appesse- 
WLsconsin's capltol and said land. Calif. ment can only lead to war and 

TWO ARRESTED 

Many of the 1,000.spectators 
ran into the street to join the 
melee. 

At least two of the “Hells 
Angela” were arrested. 

TTie demonstrators were try¬ 
ing for the second day to 


"All the reports I have re¬ 
ceived show excellent result*." 

MASSED POLICE 
Massed police lined th# 
march routes In many cities 
and Federal Bureau of Investi¬ 
gation agents kept a close look¬ 
out for possible Communist 






agitators. The agents were march from Berkeley, home 
also prepared to move quickly of the University of California, 
against any male demonstra- [ to the Oakland army terminal 


tors caught burning their draft 
cards — an offence punishable 
by up to five years in prison 
and a $5,000 fine under a new 
federal law. 

Also under investigation was 
a national movement to en¬ 
courage young men to beat 
the draft which announced its 
plans from Chicago. 

VIOLENT RESPONSE 

The demonstrators met an 
angry, even violent response 
In some cities, with the worst 
clashes breaking out in New 
York and at Berkeley. 

Eggs and cans of red paint 
bombarded the New York 
marcher* as they moved 
through police lines in a two- 
hour-and 15 minute parade. 
Then a flying wedge of about 


While an estimated 75 anti 
Viet Nam war demonstrators 
marched In Washington, orders 
went out to base and ship com¬ 
manders to strengthen security 
measures as a precaution. 
Among the voices denouncing 
the marchers was that of Vice- 
President Hubert Humphrey, 
who called the demonstrators' 
“teach-in" techniques "feeble, 
futile and unnecessary.” 

NOT COWED 
One of the few Washington 
supporters of the demonstra¬ 
tors was Sen. Wayne Morse 
(D—Ore.I, who has opposed 
Ms country's role in Viet Nam. 
He said. “I thank my God that 
there are thousands who will 
be heard from—and who will 
not be cowed by the bigots.” 


surrender to our country's 
enemies." the statement said. 

• Philadelphia - Marchers 
picketed a plant manufacturing 
helicopter* used by U.S. forces 
In Viet Nam. Police asked 
counter-pickets to move because 
they blocked entrance to a fire¬ 
house across arrest. 

' Oarbondaie, H Unnit — 
About 70 marchers protesting 
Viet Nam war policy were hit 
with eKg* "*1 ■ march from 
Southern Illinois university to 
the post office. One marcher s 
sign said . . • “Make Love. Not 
War." * i 

• Madison. Wisconsin — Po¬ 
lice arrested 11 persons who 
tried to make a "citizen’* ar¬ 
rest” of the commander of 
Tiuax air force base. They were 
part of a group of 40 who were 
blocked by air policemen, toeir 
arms itoked, from entering the 
base. 

• Pittsburgh — Students 
picketing armed forces recruit¬ 
ment centres encountered oppo¬ 
sition. One man who said he 
had been a marine In Guadal¬ 
canal, refused to make room on 
the sidewalk for the pickets. 


versity — Eggs were thrown at 
anti-war marchers and tvro stu¬ 
dents brawled over a sign lhai 
read: 'T only follow orders- 
Adolph Eichmanu.” 

• Washington — College 
students and professors an¬ 
swered the marchers with posi¬ 
tive means -a “Reverse Teach- 
in” which condemned “leftwing 
Beatnik protests sgalnst Amer 
lean firmness in Viet Nam.” 

• Salem. Ore. — The state 
capltol was locked for the first 
time since the bombing of 
Peart Harbor while authorities 
permitted an anti-war rally to 
be held on the building's steps. 

• Seminole, Oklahoma 
—Launched a “Flags for Free¬ 
dom" project and urged mer¬ 
chants and homeowners to dis¬ 
play American flags to protest 
the demonstrations. 

In other protests against 
American military, intervention 
in Viet Nam trouble erupted in 
London, Dublin. Brussels, 
Stockholm and Tokyo. 

• Toronto — Opposing 
sign* of “Stop the war against 
Viet Nam” and "U.S, stand on 
guard for us” waved side by 
side as severs! hundrfd per¬ 
sona paraded for more than an 
hour In front of the United 
States consulate here Satur¬ 
day. 

The majority were protest 


Council Business 

Councils of Oak Bay, EMiuimalt, Saanich, 
Sidney and Central Saanich and Oak Bay’s B Com¬ 
mittee meet this week. 

Oak Bay council will meet at 8 p.m. Monday 
and w ill consider: 

• Condition of beach at Spoon Bay. 

• Rezoning application on Prospect Place. 

• Recreation report on Windsor Park. 

,. ★ 

Saanich council will meet at 7:45 p.m. Monday 
to consider: 

• Use of Gorge Boathouse property. 

• Police and engineer's report on parking 
near schools. 

• Municipal clerk’s report on status of re¬ 
zoning applications. 

• Recommendations of parks and recreation 
committee. 

• Official opening of new municipal halL 

★ * * 

Ksquimalt council will meet at 7:80 p.m. Mon¬ 
day ana consider: 

• Purchase of two cars for police depart¬ 
ment. 

* * * 

Sidney Council will hold a special meeting at 
7:80 Monday to give final reading to a land pur¬ 
chase bylaw. 

* * * 

Central Saanich council wiU meet at 8 p.m. 
Tuesday and consider: 

• Recommendations of the Capital Region 
Planning board. 


From Pace I 

Red Rocket Blast 

( the Communist party and the would be global, since its fur! 
Soviet government can! inform would'" permit it to make r.x- 
you, comrade deputies', that icndcck flights before zeroing in 
although the weapons we have on targets, 
are formidable weapons, the Khrushchev said the new 
weaiion we have in the hatching weai » ns cou ]d outwit U.S. radar 
stage today is even more per- 1(ltM j warning systems in the 
feet, even more formidable. 'north [tolar region because “the 
•FANTASTIC new global rockets can fly 

“This weapon-under-develop- around the world in any fo¬ 
ment. you might say in the port-j’ 10 " a ™J 8tnke a blow at an * 501 

folio of the scientists, is a fan-, targct -__ _ __ 

tastic one.” 

Then on March 16, 1962, in a j 
speech In the Kremlin, Khrush¬ 
chev indicated his "fantastic" 
new weapon had been perfected, 
although he did not refer to it in 
that way. Nor did he mention 
his previous boast. 

“Our scientists and engi¬ 
neers," he said, “have created 
a now intercontinental rocket 
which they call global. This 
rocket is invulnerable to anti¬ 
missile weapons. ’’ 

Any nuclear-powered rocket 


CONTINENT 18 CROWDED 
The population of India, one- 
seventh of the world's total, is 
expected to reach 500,000,000 in 
two years. 



Words Fall on Deaf Ears 


Angry Sukarno Orders Army 
To Halt Hunt for Communists 


SCAVENGER 


JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP)— a coup Sept. 30 agalost Sukarno 
Ing U.S. military action In Viet Grim-faced and angry, Preai- Suharto took over and broke up 



Your Good Health 



Poor Gall Bladder X- 
Indicates Organ Diseased 


By JOSEPH MOLNER, MD Normally that organ Is constant- 
’ _ „ . , iy accepting concentrated bile 

Dear Dr. Molaer: 1 k-d sex- ^ wdi thus roach- 

eral Xreya of my gall bladder ln|r the gal) bladder, will show 
bat aoihlng showed. All the la- 
lormatioa 1 rts get from the 


us that organ In dear outline. 
PICTURE POOR 
Well, suppose bile Isn't Bow¬ 
ing into the gall bladder in nor¬ 
mal quantity? The dye won't 
gat there either. And we'U have 
no useful picture—or in more 


hospital Is that the results cosld 
be for “many reasons."—W.8. 

Let's first describe how a gall 
bladder is X-rayed. 

When X-raying soft tissues, 
you have to arrange the object, technical parlance, we 
so tha parts you want will show t '‘visualize" It. 
up. The useful but not always 
appreciated barium enema fills 
the colon with a material which 
will be opaque. The rays will 
pass easily through the sur¬ 
rounding soft tissues. So the 
ahape of the colon shows up 
sharp and clear. 

DTE INJECTED 
With X-ray of arteries, a dye 
lx Injected into the bkxxl stream 
for the same purpose—to make 
the arteries show clearly. 

And ditto for the gall bladder. 


Stones may be blocking the 
flow. So may Infection. Or, of 
course, there may ba something 
wrong with tha liver so it Isn’t 
delivering bile—but In that case 
many other unmistakable signs 
will point the way to the trouble. 

ORGAN DISEASED 

Thu* when X-ray attempts do 
not visualize the gall bladder 
it'a good evidence that the or¬ 
gan is diseased. 


a gall bladder becomes diseased 
whether from Infection, or from 
stones! It never can recover. An 
Infection may be aubdued, or a 
■mall atone may Interfere with 
now at bile but ultimately man¬ 
age to pass through the duel 
and escape. 

CHANCES SUM 
However, for practical pur¬ 
poses, when the ;aL bladder Is 
can't I sufficiently diseased or die- 
i rupted, the chances of its return 
to normal are rather slim. 

When it cannot be visualized, | 
a good many doctors lean rather 
strongly to advising removal on 
groimda that the organ obviously 
caa’I be doing any good, and 
removal eliminates the risk of 
the condition degenerating Into 
something more critical later 
on 

The decision usually takes 
Into consideration other fac¬ 
tors: How much pain you are 
having, your age and general 


Nam, but about 50 persons car 
ried slogans in support of 
American policy. 

• London — more than 
1.500 people marched on the 
U.S. Embassy tonight carrying 
banners saying "Ws Want 
Johnson Crucified." 

Hooting and chanting, the 
crowd was met by squad of 
London bobbies protecting the 
huge U.S. building on Groe- 
venor Square. 

The demonstration was or¬ 
ganized by various pacifist and 
ban-the-bomb groups to coin¬ 
cide with similsr protest 
marches in the United States. 

A young girl carrying a 
lighted candle led ths London 
marchers. 

They chanted “Stop ths 
Slaughter In Viet Nam.” One 
section called out the refrain 
“Wilson Is Johnson's Poodle.” 

This wu aimed si British 
Prime Minister Wilson who ha* 
thrown hi* labor government's 
support fully behind President 
Johnson's pqhcy In Viet Nam. 

Brussel* — Demonstra¬ 
tors marched through down¬ 
town street* chanting thslr 
support of what they called 
“the day of International pro¬ 
test against American military 
Intervention In Viet Nam." 

• Copenhagen, Denmark 
—Demonstrators handed 
petition of protest to U.S. Em¬ 
bassy officials after s peaceful 
protest. 

• Dublin — A group of 
about 50 persons describing It¬ 
self as the "Irish Peace Com 
mlttee" held a public meeting 
and then marched to the 
American Embassy In Balls- 
bridge. 

• Tokyo — Where leftists 
usually fill the streets with 
thousands of anti-American 
demonstrators, only about 100 
students and Intellectuals turn¬ 
ed out to listen to pacifist 
speeches. 

The official Soviet news 
agency Tass In a New York 
dated dispatch under a head¬ 
line reading “Protesta of 
American Youth,” said: 

"A wave of student demon- 
strstlons against the United 
States aggression In Viet Nam 
Maine to Florida to California." 
Maine to Florida to California. 


dent Sukarno Saturday In effect the coup and has led the anti- 
irderod the army to call off its Communist drive 


anti-Communist campaign 
Sukarno installed MaJ. Gen. 
Suharto, a strong anti-Commu¬ 
nist, as the new srmy com¬ 
mander with the rank of minis¬ 
ter. Then he shouted: 

“I order MsJ. Gen. Suharto 
to restore law and order and 
that there should be no agitated 
emotion either from left or 
right” 

NO iETTLEMENT 
As Suharto stood at stiff at¬ 
tention, Sukarno declared that 
In an agitated atmosphere “I 
cannot make a political settle¬ 
ment." 

Sukarno was obviously refer 
ring to the Army's crackdown 
on Communists, several thou¬ 
sand having been arrested In a 
roundup of those who attempted 


Sukarno’s words undoubtedly 
hit deaf ears because there was 
no sign the srmy would back 
down. 

RAN DEMANDED 
Demonstrators paraded 
through Jakarta's streets de¬ 
manding the Indonesian Com¬ 
munist party be banned for tak¬ 
ing part in th* coup. 

A government official said 
Sukarno wants to farm a new 
Communist party to replace the 
present pro-Rod Chinese one 
This would be in line with his 
policy at building up the Com¬ 
munists to offset toe influence 
of the military. 

The srmy apparently will 
have nothing to do with a new 
party. Army-controlled newspa 
pert and speakers at anti-Com- 


Continued from Page 1 

Pearson Piqued 


munlst rallies have been railing 
against the creation of a new 
Red party. 

WOULD OUTLAW REDS 

The army also appeared to be 
moving to outlaw the Commu¬ 
nist party. An order issued by 
KOTI, the supreme operations 
command, banned all activities 
by political parties involved in 
the Sept. 30 coup. Communists 
were deeply involved. 

Sukarno ordinarily signs 
KOTI orders but this onei was 
signed by Brig. Gen. Sutjlpoto. 
Diplomatic sources said KOTTs 
order could lead to outlawing 
t h e Indonesian Communist 
party and Its affiliates. 

Suharto looks tough but speaks 
with a toft vole*. Many Indone¬ 
sians feel he Is well qualified to 
run the 270,000-man army. 

At 44. Suharto succeeds MaJ. 
Gen. Achmad Yani, one of six 
generals tortured and murdered 
In the coup. 



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ing and he asked for mare fed¬ 
eral aid tor education. > 

The students claimed they 
had chartered a bua to get to 
the airport and at the last 
minute the bus was cancelled 
on them. 

* * * 

They said that one of their 
group had been told by Uni¬ 
versity of New Brunswick 
president Colin Mackey that 
Mr. Robichaud objected to 
their demonstration 

Questioned by reporters, Mr. 
Robichaud denied he had can¬ 
celled the bua but be admitted 
telephoning Mr. Mackay and 
objecting to the demonstra¬ 
tion. 

"I don’t think a demonstra¬ 
tion shows th* sign of higher 
education . . . that 1* no* the 
way to do things." said toe 
Liberal premier. 

♦ h * 

"They’re a bunch ot young 
Tory boys," he said. 

“Does this mean you told 
Mr. Mackay to hadt the de¬ 
monstration?” he worn asked. 


He replied "yea.’* Then he 
changed his mind. 

"I didn’t tell him whet to 
do. I told him what they tthe 
students! had In mind. I told 
him X disapproved. It was up 
to him what steps he took,” 
the premier said. 

* Sr * 

Then ha pointed out to 
reporters that the (Diversity 
was run by toe province. 

Mr. Robichaud maintained 
he would have opposed any 
demonstration against Con¬ 
servative leader Diefenbsker 
or any of the other opposition 
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CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP 
OF ESQUIMALT 

LIST OF ELECTORS 

1MI1M4 

NOTICE La hereby given that a Court of Revlalon 
will alt in the Municipal Hall on Monday. November 1st, 
1965, at 7:15 p.m. to hear all complaint* and correct 
and revise the List of Electors for 1965-1966. 

A copy of the List of Electors revised as of Oc¬ 
tober 1st. 1905. has been posted on the notice board at 
the Municipal Hall and may there be Inspected between 
the hours of 9 a m. and 5 p.m. on all week days except 
Saturday. 

J. W. Allan. 

Municipal Clerk. 

Municipal Hall. 

Esquimalt, B.C., 

October 10. 1965. _ 


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I Satllf (ColtmtHl Victoria,*B.C., Ssa., Oct. 17, IMS 3 JJy j\/)P Extremist 


Creditiste Says Marcoux 
Made Deal with Tories 


ST. CESAIRE, Que, (CP) — ;in a 1963 statement of qualified In the pamphlet. Dr. Marcoux 
Gilbert Rondeau, who was one of support for Liberal government, said Transport Minister Pickers- 
•ix Social Credit MPs involved; said Saturday the sworn state- gill and Mr. Doyle, described as 
ik ment was made the slme day a personal friend of Newfound- 

* ‘ *■"■* Dr. Guy Marcoux and Social land Premier Smalhvobd. took 

¥/ 1 . \T I Credit leader Robert Thompson part in a deal leading to thr 

V Glt'Ct lilldC concluded a ‘‘secret agree- statement. 

ment-” Mr, Rondeau said Dr. Marcoux 

I /l/l f-wiliHl By virtue of this agreemnt. published his pamphlet '‘because 

± DD said Mr. Rondeau. ‘Tbompaon he missed the boat as a possible 

rwi r and Marcoux would be appoirv government minister and wanted 

I O LfCCted ministers In * coalition Dlef- to take Mr. Caouette’s place as 

enbaker cabinet” leader of Social Credit in Que- - 

RENO, Nev. (UP!) The n e ta ^ agreement be- bee.” 
rouple was admiring a nude tween Dr. Marcoux and Mr. He said the 1963 statement, i 
painted on black velvet at the Thompson on the one side and made after the inconclusive elec- J 
Peyton Place bar. the Tories on the other was tion of that year, ‘‘was not made 

“Gee. I*d like to have It,” apparently designed to give the secretly but openly.” 

■be aald. Conservative* the support they NO MONEY OFFER 


Sabotage Urged 

TOTONTO (UPI) — A former peace movements here were! Some 1,000 persons were ex- 
New Democratic Party candi- discouraged by the small turn- pected to show up for the 


date Saturday called on a small out. 
group of Viet Nam demorv -~- 
strators to “sabotage Canada's “ 
war plants in any way they 
oan." 

A group of about 100 demon¬ 
strators, mostly students, ap¬ 
plauded sporadically as David 
Middleton, considered an ex¬ 
tremist to NDP ranks, addressed 
them to front of city ha*. 

Some 10 policemen stood 
quietly by as Mkkletm de¬ 
nounced NDP leader T. C n 
Douglas along with the leaders yo 


\ demonstration. 

Now! All the Power You Need for 
Clear Hearing! With the New 




Hi* MW Sannad* hidaa bahind 
your aar . . . waif hi laaa than a 


“I'U get It for you, Baby,” n< , ededi after ^ 1963 election, . <At n{j ^ wm ^ 


.. ..w to stay In power. question of money. 

He did, pbnee said. No npw government was Rondeau. 

Officers rejiorled the couple formed under Conservative .. . 

left. Momenta later tta, .nan Iead „ John Diefenbaker. and 


said Mr. 


He laid the six member* 
acted freely, without pressure. 


dashed back In. snatched the ^ Liberal* took power as a me«y, wotow pressure 

painting off the wall, aad fled, «!? I*™"'! 


minority government. 

"JI’ST BALLOON" 


As for the role, of Moise Dar- 
abaner, Mr. Rondeau said Alex- 


of every other potitical party in [quarter ol so ounce! 


U.S. Committee 

Exposure 
Of Clan 
Expected 


Mr. Rondeau, who l* the In- *ndre Bertrand, then Quebec 
cumbent Creditiste member for vice-president of the Social 
Shefford, Que., aald a pamphlet Credit party and a witness to 
published by Dr. Marcoux Wed- the statement, saw fit to have 
nesday about the circumstances the statement sworn to before 
leading up to the support state- Darabaner. a commissioner of 
ment of the six “is just a big the Quebec superior court, 
balloon ” Darabaner now is before the 

Mr. ‘ Rondeau corroborated < ™ r1s “ char «” of ' raud and , 
statements made Friday at s' ^ 

press conference given by five' fraud ^ an l™‘_ 

of the six, together with Credl- _ . _ __ 


Given Laughing Start 

Negro singer Leslie Uggams poses with her hus¬ 
band, Australian businessman Graham John Kevin 
Pratt, after their marriage Saturday in New York 
City. At one point in double-ring ceremony couple 
almost burst out laughing when they couldn’t get 
groom’s ring on his finger.—(AP) 


t-ste MP Gilka Gregoire, in 
rS - 1 Quebec City, 

r Y nPrf Pfl During the conference. Gerard 

UAlfY-VlLU Perron of Beauoe, another of the 

*■ six, said the statement was pre- 

WASH1NGTON (UPI) — The f u,rrd Mr Rondeau, with 
House committee on un-Ameri- whom he had conceived the 
can activities, after six months Idea, 
of secret investigation into the LEGAL ACTION 
Ku Klux Klan. was confident l, his pamphlet Dr. Marcoux, 
Saturday that it has the facts to a social Credit member to the 
expose the secret society’* “in- i Mt parliament and an Inde-I 
visible empire.” pendent candidate in foe Nov. 8 


Independence Decision 


Smith Remains Silent 
On Rhodesia 9 s Stand 

SALISBURY, Rhodesia (UPI) Tuesday, tie regular day far { Mr. Smith’* govern m ent I 


pendent candidate in foe Nov. «l pwmter Iwi Ssnitti held an cabinet 'meetings 


The panel is scheduled to be- ejection, said foe statement was 


X la. ' ,Wil. KnaFlnna TltouriiV - . tn _> _ IMIUIVT IXAJW Ut UlCTTUIX^r OIIUU1 OUU IHl UiUCMR HIW 

* ln , 13 £££!* cabinet mWjfors Sat- tatoed a dogged silence on the 

It is expected to take at least 13 described as a lawyer for Indus- . .„huw mi. 


held an cabinet meetings. believed likely to declare the 

meetings Smith and his officials main- self-governing colony tndejiend- 
ters Sat- tatoed a dogged silence on the ent from Britain In order to 


Canada and the leaders of all 
ch u rches. 

WEAPONS DIVERTED 
He aaeerted that weapon* and 
war materials manufactured to 
Canada were being diverted to 
the Viet Nam cooffcet by foe 
United Statue. 

“No Canadian should work to 
a war plant,” Middleton said. 
“And those who are totadr or 
outside a war plant should do 
everything they oan to sabotage 
It” 

There m Mttle applause 
when Middleton told foe demon¬ 
strators they should “leave foe 
churches, leave the universities 
and set up our own tostftutton*." 
NEAR CONSULATE 
Middleton spoke shortly be¬ 
fore the demonstrators were to 
join others from Baricriey, 
CaUf , outside the United State* 
consulate a few btocka away. 

The U.S. demon stra tors trav¬ 
eled here to paritoksate to 
"International Vk4 Nam Day.”i 
Student arginizerB at several 

Patrolman 
; Arrests 
Own Nephew 


M small your frlonda 
may not notlea ttl 


Module Circuit (Patent Psodingl 
and often ft In tha Samada. ■ 
. taarval of miniaturization, ao tiny 


It ia tha amallaat habind-tba-aar f many ol ita parta muat ba i 


basting aid Baltona baa avar pra- 
dunad. Yal It dalivara natural, bril¬ 
liant aomd that you muat fay for 
yauraalf 

Bd tana's anginaaring ikill baa 
produoad tba amaaing naw Micro- 


undar a higta powa r micraaoopa. 

' Coma In now for yo m FREB 
alactronic haarlng teat and a par- 
aonal daroooatration of tba all-new 
Baltona Sarmada. Thara's V obli¬ 
gation of any kindl 


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NEWARK, NJ. (API—I 


wrek. to .ThievriUi obwrtive Jota Doyle urday-but again held off «y .ubject of foeir dUctntocn. to- matotato its “wWte taipremncy” Y | 

of putting »he spotlight « foe Mr f^ea^.ald h. and the S' ^ „ NEWARK - NJ. (AP) -1 

hooded erotm’* UcUcs. objec- other flra-aa stated at foe pres* 0> * r * todependeoce. with reports of foe laat-mtoute ditaoo for independence that Veteran Newark detective! 

tives leader* and members. conference - are planning tegal ** bottl *** a * fa4ne< =«* appeals agadnst UM from the foe way be cleared for evesituto Nicholas Gallicchlo arrested I 

^?^for SJSS7 SS Rh0d * - “ “ ^ Con ^ rv * tiw conference majority rale by Rhodeta.‘g hla a6-.vraro*d nephew Salur- 

WHO 8 FIRST. a - ainst MarcornTtoter foe Purely to Brighter, England. 3 600,000 black Africans day in the fatal shooting three 

Chairman Edwin E. Willis e]rction clskxi on a utalsteral declare- The newspapers and radio and Negotiations in London broke hours earlier of an off-duty 

ID-La.). has not disclosed who Rondeau did not attend 1400 °* independence from Bri- teievtaon newscast* also re- down last weekend when Mr rookie patrolman. 

Ihe the conference because, he said. **-£*?£* ^ Smi,h ,aw The victim. Patrolman John 11 

fore the he was busy with ■ pre-arranged the toitial letters UDI -probably, nr Wilsons warning to Mr. pom.knl.ty of a com promise. C . Guttocunst, 23, joined foe 

every major KKK leader prob- Kchrdule ^ campaigning and *» "»«*• to the next Smifo to a British trievteion But since then the Rhodesian j force on Sept 23 and had not I 


ably will have appeared. 

Whether they will testify or 
plead the Fifth Amendment is 
not knewn. 

‘BIGOTS’ 


electoral organizing. oaWnrt meettog. 

“MISSED BOAT” This wae expected to 

The other flvw member* In- „ f F I 

volved also are currently mem- {/U€8tiel lAMKe 

u._ .1 D..I OmoH.'. r - Dal. x 


broadcast earlier tNs 


This was expected to be on "Think agato, prime minist e r. 


week: government has taken no fur- yet esrmed the right to 


hers ot Real Caouatte s Le Ral- 
During closed hearings held Uem€nt Credidstes. which 
by the committee since late July, aWKy from Social Oedit 

frinds and enemies at the Klan £, jjq 

have given the psnto a mass of . . ..--- 1 

Information which staff fnveiti- w 
gators are convinced will how \! s, { I onn 

the KKK as a "hooded society F Ivl Y/Ulljl 
of bigots,” the term used by ww« ^ 

President Johnson when he ¥¥*e. 

called lor the Investigation last 1 11B. 

March. 

A liberal democrat. Rep f) k 1 

Charire gV AUlDUSn 

Hied some members suspicions J 

the committee’s hearings would ... . 

result in a whitewash “I have SAIGfW (UPI)^Vietnamese 


Phantom Gunman 
Renews Rifle Fire 


ther step. ■ pistoL 

Mr. Smith, a BrWsb-born hr- _ ____ 

mer Royal Air Faro# pilot, pro- ____ 

mired to outttMhta totante [J.K. May Build 

at a ne ws oonfercnce when he J I 

SS.’SS! “ *“ Two Carriers 

But aMuoMi be hm bam an- LONDON (AP) — Britain Is 
g aged to dta rx wtoo n wHi Ms ocniklering htaldtog Wro targe [ 
niMtau for five days, no news rircrait carriers to nddMicn to| 
oesrferenoe has yet been st»- foe poMfole purchase at a aeo-| 
nounced. A government spokes- ond-hand American oarrier.l 
man told reporters he hoped it Christopher Mayhew, first kxd 
might take place on Monday, of foe adndralty, 

So far Mr. Smith ha* confined ■ 


result in s whitewash “I have SAIGON ^UPU Vietnamese B C pvjreri Service boarta pa- 
enough faith In the committee’s troop " “* ** V “ 1 . ,‘ h fooHtog foe stormy waters at 

Integrity that foeyH do a good * * mbu T 1 “V ““ QuereW Lake near here. 

^ “ ,d Intensive pokoe rearehe. were 

---- JE conducted imsuccerefufiy to 1963 

riilaa and capturing three . K . 


WILLIAMS LAKE (CP) — A have occtnred about foe eame MmseM to saying of the govern- 
man dubbed "the. phantom time of year white heavy stnrma ment dtacureiana: "We have 
gunman” has r e newed his mys- lashed foe lake late at night. I had a wonderful’caucus.” 
terioui night rifle attacks an " ~ ' 


946 Pages 


Biggest 

Paper r^tlTVirt”Nama'™hy fl f d WL . bc f t "j™ I 

„ . /. * f rice bowl, of hi. launch was shattered b^r 

Published * r STS, 7Z\ 

troops walked into the govern- * ! 

NEW YORK (AP)—The New tmp at dawn after 100 Pokce say foe accuracy of foe t 

York Times on Saturday night | Vietnamese provincial soldlere "*** * ldlcale * <"* mao ™y 
printed the largest newspaper in had lain patiently In hiding on rte « rtn * * bo ® t "«•* • 

IU 114-year history. the edge of a notorious Com- P«otoo fires a rifle. Ail attacks 

The Sunday edition has 946 mun |at strongholdd called 
pages, weigh* seven pounds, 14 y Minh MMl 

ounce* and has n record 1,200,- The ambush was sprung so M&flftZ/fPiWfiW 
000 lines of advertising, accord- stunningly that the Viet Cong ■ mJm 

Ivan "Viet. their dead or the 31 weapons ■■■■ . . * ^_V - 

* * * they left behind. Not a single | 

The Sunday edition Is the first Vietnamese soldier was even 

since the 2Sday strike against wounded. PHONE EV 4-5512 

the Timet by foe New York __ 

Newspaper Guild, (AFLQO), 

which was settled Oct. 10. f mall Viptim CHAPLIN S 

tocluded in the M paper are ^raMl V K.UMU ¥VNERAL CHAPEL 

foe book review and magazine F rnrn Nanaimn 

sections of Sept. 19, which never r rom aliaimO J1K pQRT y p RLLT 

were distributed, although they PRINCETON — A former ^ 

had been printed prior to the Nanaimo resident has died here MMHMMfiMfinBnfifii 
strike. after a recqnt traffic accident. 

* * * Daniel Gauthier, 30, died Fri 

Viet said foe 5,967 tons of day in Princeton Hospital as a 

newsprint and 190 tons of ink result of a Thanksgiving week- 
used cost the Times more than end crash on the Trans-Canada 
50 cents a copy. The newspaper Highway two miles east of this 
•ells for 30 cents locally. | community. 


riilaa and capturing three 
others without losing a man. 

The successful ambush 155 
miles southwest of Saigon was 
the sixth dash reported in 48 
hows in the stepped-up fight¬ 
ing In the Mekong Delta area 


and 1964 after shots were fired 
at forest service boats. 

About midnight Thursday 
George Domna— a target for 
the gunman in 1963—was inves¬ 
tigating reports of an unkleoti- 


Crash Victim 
From Nanaimo 

PRINCETON — A forme 


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Tha eouraa o/ferad by amaiiancad loggar Inatraclnri will aroalda 
taatrucilan In tha aala aaa a< band taoli, wood anaclaa and baaa. tynaa 
at loaatna onarationi. uaa ml wlra rnpa. powar tana, band and audlbla 
■Icnala, high laad rla-np and olhar fondamanUU Baala lira tiwraa- 
lion, ilaah homing and ralaraaUtlon will ba aovarad bad aaiphaala 
will ba aballad to aalaty rulai and graetkaa 

Following tba •!* vaaka eouraa, tralnaaa will aotar tha ladnatry aa 
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Applicant* snat ba ahyikally M. 

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PAG® 4 81 NDAY, OCTOBER II, 1M3 

Cabinet Material 

F ROM POWERFUL Liberal voices has come a 
worried call for assurance from Mr. Pearson to 
Ithe people of Canada that, if he wins the election, he 
Jwill completely overhaul his cabinet. He is asked to 
•pledge that if returned to power he will cast out or 
■demote weak and blundering colleagues—“the onerous 
Diabilities of his own misguided choice” as one news¬ 
paper calls them—and will replace them with new and 
better material. 

Even in his own embarrassed party the prime 
minister’s mistakes, and his inability to put good, 
responsible judgment ahead of personal friendship, are 
thus openly recognised. But the question in the public 
■mind will be whether Mr. Pearson <5an 'change his 
spots. It is impossible to believe that he has not been 
,under pressure from within his pajrty to do so long 
before now, and unavaillngly. 

The same voices—naturally—are writing off Mr. 
Diefenbaker’s chances of forming a strong cabinet if 
the Conservatives win. While lamenting, in effect, 
their own serious troubles, they must invent some for 
the political foe. To hear them, one would even gather 
that Premier Roblin’s decision not to enter the federal 
field at this time but to stick to his provincial respon¬ 
sibilities robbed the Conservative leader of his last 
chance to surround himself with an effective team, 
with colleagues of stature. 

To the spurious Liberal claim of a dearth of sound 
and talented Conservative cabinet material the answer 
has already been given once in an article on this page. 
But the facts as therein stated are worth recalling. 

From British Columbia, Mr. Diefenbaker as prime 
minister could call on the services of such capable men 
as the former external affairs minister, Howard Green; 
the former justice and public works minister, Davie 
Fulton; the up-and-coming George Chatterton and 
David Pugh. 

On the prairies he could choose from former 
cabinet ministers Douglas Harkness, Alvin Hamilton, 



WaoAwn Tmrm 


Shadows over the Inlet 


Ottawa Offbeat 


A Change in Mr. Diefenbaker 


By RICHARD JACKSON, Coloalst Ottawa Beresa 


N OTES from tha campaign By RICHARD JACKSON, Coloatat Ottawa Bareaa No longer the Diefenbaker 

trail: When you’ve known w _ . . „ . „ Party, it*« the Conservative 

John Diefenbaker, more or lets ***** ha * * c « alrfd * Party ’ “ d **'* * ratefu1 ' ***" 

intimately, and welched him an» twrt 1«T elee pr0Ud * “ y “ 

_ ,. ' vovar that And as carry u tne IR>7 etec- 

RarUament Hill end campaign yeir Unit I tkm in which he won power, end Never before ha. he put so 


Walter Dinsdale, Gordon Churchill, Marcel Lambert; Parliament Hlllend earnpa>sn ^ I tion in Which he won power, and Never before ha, he p. 

from backbenchers including Gerald Baldwin and trails hw 25 unbroken ye*™.**! ** u ‘ “***'***7 certainly in the '58 and to a much public stock in the 


from backbenchers including Gerald Baldwin and ™ Ta certainly in the 58 and to a much public stock in the coo- y had rawaai«d t. • in>j -urti''in' an" move, in thi« 

Eldon Woolliams. In the Yukon, Erik Nielsen. ** * ]nter exUsH the «2 cam- stitueocy candidate* likely to ol p^klx tmmtrmA .1 Erection. He hopes that con- 

Ontario could contribute to his cabinet such men ‘MT-Bf intereteteg 2TJ?E £ SSSaiS ^ improvTunder Am- 

Michael Starr, Dick Bell. George Hees, Frank McGee, mu y surpratog Di»*nbak*r ha* The only people he ever con- „ Juit do the winning a H > a 

Wallace McCutcheon; backbenchers such SS Party Chanced whfie rematoing ail teased to really needing were . „ . , * rlrif * 

Whip Eric Winkler. Jame. McBain, Alfred Hales, Jean to tetag*. the three wornS, In hi. life: hi. *" J! * 

Casselman Wadds, Richard Thrasher. Wallace Nesbitt, n<* that he tent still « to- mother, whom he visited, with 1 S'm^st ” Kher * via * 1 u11 w * fht 

Gordon Aiken Miuhi human hetog. a 00m- faithfully devoted reiularity, up * * * Uberala-wanethlnt he never Uiem that the chance was to be ^ criticlsmv ^ muit rfa l- 

TJZllw fnr ^, or „ hln(lt p.,,1 pellinc personality, md in a until her death only a couple of But In thoM fires three cam- would have dreamed of doing in the nature of a trial and ^ Mr m]amtn did ^ 

Quebec could supply former cabinet ministers Paul SnwttmiosEly amawnr way a years ago ... his first wife, paigna. it was th. party and Its beftwe so. 00 that tssurance, they al-!^^ Mon ^ cn,^ „ „ 

Martmeau, Theo Ricard and Raymond O Hurley; men dynamic force-with an almost Edna . . . and In hi* later years, candidate* who rode the seem- Suspecting some Liberal din- lowed themselves to be swayed, j mere critic. The burden of his 

like HeWard Grafftey, Clement Vincent, George Valade. , rightemnff metaho m, twt! hi* aecond wife, Olive iwrly magical Diefenbaker coat- enchantment with Prime Minis- WhBt they failed to realise was tMtitTMny w „ constructive and 

And the Maritimes, former ministers William ttMs old age pmuorwr It Wouldn't he unfair In *ay ter Peareon and many of the that it look a two-thirds majority WM intended to foster a new 

Browne, Hugh John Flemming, Angus Maclean; and he yet betonn 10 the Prwi ten-1 that most, if mt all other people, | Now, in what has to be hU cabinet, he it telling these Lib- f»t only to sUrt P*^- approach. 


I In Perspective 

Viet Nam’s 
Refugees 


By MAX FREEDMAN 
from Washington 

I T Is no slight or trivial thing 
when Mr. Roger Hllsman. 
the former assistant secretary 
of state for the Far East, speaks 
out in public criticism of U.S. 
policy in Viet Nam. Here is no 
isolated or rancorous critic but a 
former serior official thoroughly 
familiar with the facts and him¬ 
self responsible for many im¬ 
portant decisions. Yet he can 
tell the Senate refugee sub-com¬ 
mittee. presided over by Senator 
Edward Kennedy, lhat bombing 
North Viet Nam has i>een “a 
had mistake” but bombing the 
villages in South Viet Nam “has 
been a tragic one." 

In essence his testimony was 
that the bombing policy in the 
south had worked to alienate 
the people and thus to make the 
task of a true victory, a politic*! 
victory, even more difficult. 


His moat disturbing point con¬ 
cerned the flight of refugees. 
One would like to believe that 
the refugees hate the Viet Cong 
and prefer the ways of freedom. 
Mr. Hilsman conceded without 
argument that both these feel¬ 
ings are present in South Viet 
Nam. But he went on to explain 
that other feelings, less flatter¬ 
ing. are also visible. Many vll- 
PMma h* J. T. l«< lagers have fled to escape bomb- 
ings. The Viet Cong have no 
bombers to wreck their homes 

-- or burn their villages. The great 

need, a need never fully met. 
Time Cansule » for a policy that would make 

these people know that the raids 
are meant to bring closer the 
c ^ JX days of peace and reconstruction 

VjOOfl vjlu and are not merely part of the 

strategy of war. 

This means that the conduct 
1 /ndrtl. of the war has in itself to be 
guided by a atrategy of peace 
From Colonist File* It ia his devastating judgment 

that until now the United States 

V ICTORIA aldermen who ^ made only m Mr le. of "false 
had r annealed In a trial ' in all moves in this 


Good Old 
Driard! 

From Colonist Film 


Michael Starr, Dick Bell. George Hees, Frank McGee, 
Wallace McCutcheon; backbenchers such ai Party 
Whip Eric Winkler, Jamea McBain, Alfred Hales, Jean 
Casselman Wadds, Richard Thrasher, Wallace Nesbitt, 
Gordon Aiken. 


y nnd u n r ated u a trim at arta ' in all moves in this 
ol parallel parking lantnad of directkm. He hopes that con- 
aagle parking an Doogtaa dittoos will improve under Am- 
Itreet had "Bred to rwa ths baasador Lodge and General 
lay,” ZS years ago. Lonsdale but he will not bet on 

A majority of council had it 
laloallv opposed parallel park- * * * 


And the Maritimes, former ministers William 
Browne, Hugh John Flemming, Angus Maclean; and he yet t 
Robert Muir, Lloyd Crouse, Donald Maclnnis, Robert eration. 


Coates, Tom Bell, Gordon Fairweather. 

Almost all well known names across Canada, and 
deservedly so. A paucity of talent? Of course not 
A wealth. 


be didn't think be needed-al- last campaign, look who's riding wals that theire no longer Is ing but to gel angla parking back ^ with ^ refugees. 

It's Just that the proud old though ha did use them. who» coat-tails. the party of I-aurier, King and again and they couidn t muster ^ ^ n?ga nied as the 

political ea*t has lost soma of . . . John Diefenbaker. with de«- "Uhda Lode'* St. Laurent, but that many votes^ wr¥ck and oc^on of war and 

Ihoae fine feathers. perata affection, has embraced **»• new, strange and perhaps * * * . tMcen oare of with t ra ditional 

★ * * All during his IT yean In th. the party and all 1U candidates, even dangers m-ganiratiai of * U ‘ ■“'7*?*?* American companion Or much 

What perhaps too many peo- Opposition ha was going it alone It was hi* Initiative, not theirs, radical socialists. .. more can be done: they can 

Pie m recent yesue. and not made a proud point of Suddenly, after ail tiloae proud "Cosna home.” ha Invites J - be regarded as Incentives to 


John Diefenbaker. with des- "Unde Louie" St. Laurent, but that many votes 
perste affection, has embraced seme new, strange and perhaps * ' 


o •• • A 1 A • plem recern yewrs. and not h. made a proud point of ***—-• >uw, «» ■“*<«» _ __ m TMJ1 roe regaraea as mcenuve. u> 

SllCfMPinn 1 fl rhp i\lf* wttheut reason, took to ba ar- being the Wolf And per- “d ,0 °rly years, he found he dsem, '‘cone in out of the Far „ . if” peace. There vBlagers can be 

suspicion in Uie Air r^oce renwmber shore cw h .pa Juet becaue. laatincti^ly »«*«» Urgently, ft Left cold ’! ^ned for new tasks and du- 


Suddenly, after all those proud "Come home.’ 


[be regarded as Incentives to 


TT SEEMS CURIOUSLY contradictory that Prime ! prWedi 
A Minister Lester Pearson should be appealing for Diefmhaioer waflttog <at water 
national unity on the one hand and urging French -suddenly has vanished. 
Canada “to spread its economic, social and cultural it disappeared over the hard 
revolution across the nation” on the other. haul of the last five campalgn- 

Spealdng in Quebec City recently, he praised the ^ weeks, end that, to tw oo p- 
Frcnch-Canadian challenge to existing institutiooa Hxt of 35 years, la ovewMftt. 
and their attempts to create new social and political 

structure*. m 

His meaning is not clear. | J*( 

He wanted, he said, strong representation from 
,Quebec in Parliament—Liberal repreaentation, of yx view of the rapidly in- 
,course. X Mvaatng trend towards 

No one will deny that French Canada has a valu- "bread wd edmaes” d»wn by 
able and desirable contribution to make to the nation, she various potitto a l parties, 
economically and in all aspects of culture. But there may I suggest that tor takcawtog 
have been developments In the so-called “Quebec revo- sxesrpt from toe works of Ma- 
lution” which have been disquieting, not to say disrup- J7*** he of want io- 

tive. The separatist movement is one of them. And _ 

there is a growing suspicion that in Quebec are nour- 


rogassoe- remanibar tooaa car- naps just becata. toatinctivrly Urgently, ft Left cold’! hr.kr™rTsL^ monthly. 'trained for new tasks and du- 

toons. still being drawn and they sensed he felt he didn’t has become almost a hunger. And some of them may. tor -Wanted- A resoeetahto young' ’belr village* to which 

printed, tocwlog the caricakire need them — except tor their Watch him an the platform as this is a different Diefenbaker. , . *, chores mi farm for' th *y wM one day with to re- 

Diefenhalcer wafting an water rats It look him two tries be- he speaks of the candidate far and, as Frederick "Big Daddy" . turn. They can ba taught the 


Diefenbaker wafting an water rates -It look him two tries be- 


brakeman. montoly. I 

"Wanted: A respects hie youn^e. in their vUlage* to which 
lad to do chorea on farm for ^ will one <Jay wish to re- 

j turn. They can ba taught the 

"Reliable middled man to l*l«n«Ury leaaons of hygiene 


-suddenly has vanished. fore Conservative* gave him th# whom ha la appearing In the GerxMnrr of Metro Toronto said ■» e ii a hie middle-ared man to elementary leasot* of hygiene 

It disappeared over the hard party leadership. constituency-aae his eyes mist with evident satisfaction the . ,, riDc h. must and running a better ichool and 

haul of tha last live campaign- Ha accepted it almost at a with emotion aa he speaks of other night the Conservative ^ mi | k >r ^ have ' lome €x . learning to protect themselves 
to* weeks, and that, In toe can- personal possession, and if it "my old friend," ai so many Party is "back doing business !L npllca ^ rasolin* enables • against the Communist informer 
text at 35 years, is overnight, wasn't kat about private Diefan- of them are. at the old stand." V,,., and sabotage agent. The new* 


Trend to Bread and Circuses 


Our Readers’ Views 

f* to HHUinl fa* n>HaiUaa la *lak •* la sort. Iall«i aail to n 
aakjM&i af fiHttl laUnal iaf If ilfaai aitk )«.aaa«, aval to anaa- 
lialil k* •rilar'i a*a* aai affraa. fralanaii all to *lta« la Ikna 
Iktl an WM. 


” w small wages; references re- V nQ .“*~fr 

~ auired 04 tW * tf* 1010 * c * n then ** 

"A general sereant. good cook. *P«* d ^ 

icpc for family of four; stoary J15 snaking t^erto obtato tb* 

luvO k MXJperation of the ecuiteyside 

r # , ^ , k( "Girl wanted tor store and ^ * *, 

^ ^ n ?*' ^ refreshment mom. to wash up **"*“» w * r T 

lnfestatton. One hu only ° lnd ^ nUy usetul „ , or lasting. A beginning h.s 

review the last « «■ 50 year* to ^ ^ meals been made In this program but 

see the results of this kind of ... nmk -. n er*l tnr the Mr. Hilsman wants It pushed 

J22 country^llS^nuraery'governess >»ue h more vigorous^. 

U16 to W40 Poured hundrej far ^ ^ ^ imall chil . * * * 

of tons of strawberries on the ^ , M; lady Mp . S10 . 

, iI!ILj*^ r * > n*' IJ CI,rk>U . "Write motion picture plays. In a larger sense, he wants 


"Ckir ruter* will be« ixomote BiupraBtiv,, arK j *o we must! are going to be a dangerous bur- *^PP^ to ^ P 7 trie „ pQ *f tl1 Bnd ») each. Experience unneces-1 American thinking about Viet 
m ^ peopa jj ^ *truggiing and hoping 1 den in our increasingiy complex "*7? Ck 7 V,n . Heid w “ * sao - . Details free to begin- Nam to be dominated by plans 


lshed the seeds of republicanism which would produce all go on struggling and hoping 1 , den in our Increasingiy complex 

a very bitter fruit. ^ ^T7 ve “ to see before It is too late land automated society. More- 


too late and automated society. More -]*»»**>)& word whenever^ # . 


/, ^Shitori-n k the price Mr. r««on k pr.- ^ ^ ^ — «» »f ZSL Z7 JSST. 


ii repuoHcanism is me price mr. i-cnrsun is ptxr- !eavinK to fbid ita moot , 

pared to pay for support from Quebec his attitude of a lucrative courie; commodities * w ‘ 
defender of national unity becomes no more than a their fur price, lackstry and to 
pious pose. For he must know that any move to for- teUigence their natural rewwrd; 
sake the monarchy would shake this country to its idleness and faUy thair natural 
foundations—and could destroy It. puntehmeot: by nwte*aining 

Is such a betrayal unthinkable? peace, by defending property. N< 


L. AUSTIN WRIGHT, 
G82 Birch St, Sidney. 

* * * 

Potent Force 


r» . . for peace instead of by military 

___^ ___ * * * timetables. He wants people to 

every Canadtai child, whatever *P rtyin * w,i “•cessary and no K ftae iriboUl n , p*jd ta remember the declared aim is 
Ma social or financial status, W “ f J n ~ ,y Victoria's Driard Hotal and not to crush the Viet Cong or 

haa a light to start out life witii “torioralion of yieldland dia- „ ymn ^ by * u> destroy North Viet Nam or to 

the same opportuidty to develop U” 7®* over and toe teraw- , ra , eil | BK writing to achieve a military victory in 

hw talents as does the child berry industry in Gordon Head a Tontato periodical. absolute terms It is enough 

from ths wealthy home. w ** ,,Bl *bed -Good M DrWd! Haven of If Hanoi and Peking can be 


tea talents aa don the chdd 1x1 Gonion He * d a Toreato periodical 


from the wealthy home 


was finished 


Noted in your paper, the However, the fact is that toeae Tha golden namatode does no rw t i ^ comfort, and delicious convinced that the Viet Cong 


There are Still many Canadians who did not believe by tom imahing toe prk e cd tew . ^ ,^^0* reported that opporkudties do not exist at the h *nn to toe potato; it does re- nieat* to the boys who have been can never win the war in the 

Mr. Pearson would ever seriously consider the des true- V" by C*eerv*ig tern* ecornmy wages and lalariea paid to work- present time. Canada k losiog dw* •b* ri e ld which Is nature's roughing it aH the way out. No south. Once that conviction haa 
tion of the first flag symbol of the country. departme nt of toe eri j n Canada amounted to the potential abilities of count- w *y of kwping production in flash furniture you have dressed taken root, it may be possible 

Most Canadians will be prepared to make con- *7**' me , KOV H.U2.000.000. an increase of thousasida of able students ktie with fertility. Qxitrolled yourself out in. O Driard! but to end the fighting, to give South 

cession* to Quebec in order to reassure its people that p * opl * u J~ r 11 ,P* r «"* *■ who are being denied the bene- marketing la also responsible you have a chef, a mighty chef, Viet Nam a chance that will be 

they share in full the rights Of citizenship. But there . . . ' amount paid in 1964. I wonder flt, of 4 post-eeoondary educe- f® r die plight of the grower in tile thought of whom makes the mere than illusory to work out 

<c . itmii 11 ,h * P«*ent government real- y- ^ Bnmcial and * l**?* measure. Hundreds of «»■ rv*v from my mouth, and it* destiny in freedom and 


Is a limit. 

If it is to make a drastic alteration of our national 
status that Mr. Pearson requires a powerful repreaen- 


w w If the present government real- ^ ol aowncml and * large measure. Hundreds of vvatrr flow from my mouth, and its destiny in freedom and 

Wnrld F+fb>raliam s,e *J h “ t * he retir ” 1 wulatton todBl ninn Bring cognizant potential potato growers are whose vol au vents and entrees peace, and to replace soldiers 
_7 wnri.1 0,1 flx ^ d lneoBIW *'”*?** of this situation, the Canadian prohibited from producing on are ynkx^ to be remembered I with doctors and teachers and 

£raitito^In?dJ£ JL Un *« Students is c.mpeigD- ^ is ^ ( lifetime. farm experts on a much larger 

cderaiiifa of^nsd* >t was In- election be a potent political ^ unjvtT , tl jCceeR fbiUty to ^ *» cannot market this own "Now. indeed, eur (hummer [ scale than can now be done 


tAtion from Quebec, it behooves the rret of the country trails*JCanada ,t was Section' 'be a potent po.itical toaTheT^Tm^et™^ -ur drummer scS tSTc« iTS d^V 

,to make sure that the parliamentary balance is evened teresting mm encouragtag to power. l-oduce. he must first join toe mjoys himself, for hi. bed to None of this can be achieved 

by returning a government S^SStSs f?.U?."dian marketing board by p.ylng s 2Sb a place « rest, not of to^ whUe attention is fixed on local 

of the hopes, aspirations and loyaltje* of the great toe tomdic.ted article Pattern *^dents. We are attempting to «**: »«ks must be bought from ture , and he ewi .muss himself battles, whose significance is 


majority. 


A Loyal Servant 

A FTER 20 YEARS of service—13 of them as reeve 
—Cmdr. Alfred C. Wurtele, RCN (Ret) has 


o..„. ■■ Mu. mil- mnH nthep fpiprvt. hnth siuaems. we ere anempong to—' -- — ....lure, mu nr can auiusi nim»:u — 

Frill nationaMv MUld wield Quito remove social barrier, to port- «*«" * nd dellv ^D made u on by trying if he can't fool that persistently exaggerated in 
kmsvn columnist Max Freed- wkMqMs by con ££_ deiTd Privatc Mtel are aub . cM ^ owleraf M ^ Washington, and the problem. 

wten vy»i .inn to think td would be a force to be reckoned Sn * high Ktoboi visitation pro- l ect 10 Prosecution, fine and and impossible tilings he can of peace are treated as occa- 
Imw *imole in concept and with by any government. grams and. by oommleskaing imprisonm ent, therefore these think of. Fool the chef? Not a slonal opportunities for appro- 

d^ct ire^toe Dro^ShTof toe A E STEEL. detailed studies of toe social potential growers that would bit of It! Up oome kktoeys. priate rhetoric rather than for 

World FederauSTMKl of how 1728 Foul Bay Road, conditions that discourage able ^* ate their 1 * nd i by rrowing sauie a la diable. fate gras in urgent planning- 

larking we are’ in hooeful * * ★ students from continuing their potiioes »re eliminated leaving ample, ohartreuee da fndxei, wee 

alternatives one might^eU CA I * F educatim. We are alao of course the field to a hamtful of growers anting, everything you can 

wr™w whv’ iinhtosed and Shocking Loi§ attemftiing to remove financial ■« now producing hun- order.” | He even reviewed the notion 


direct are the proposals of the 
World Federalists, and of how 
lacking we are in hopeful 

decided to quit the Esquimau council. He will not con- alternatives, one might well Shni'Linm f«s» eduestlan. We are «I*o Of course ^ ^ 

hE “■ * iSrfS&Z .u, 

flounced. ,, , ,., nnor1 s- ed eralists’ pro- dents atUI teavaa school afterWa art fooussing our attention 0,1 same soil 

Only one other man, the late Ml. Alexander p Freedman puts it achieving a Grade 8 education on the elimination of tuition Locking the door after the 
Lockley, served in the reeveshtp more years than ■ _ , ^ These people not only I fees, not because it is the only horse it out is the problem f»c- 

Cmdr. Wurtele will have done. He was reeve from Of World FeireliaU are represent 1 shocking ios. of issue at stake, but because our ing toe inspectors. Seagulls, 


A. E. STEEL. 

1728 Foul Bay Road. 

a * ★ 


Shocking Lose 


3920-1924, and again from 1934-1944. He died in 
office. His tenure totalled 14 year*. 


enlightened citzen does not rush A third of all Canadian stu-| barriers to higher education dreds of ton* of potatoes yearly * * * 

to support the Federalists’ pro- dents atUI teav«a school aftoT|W* are foeusstog our attention 0,1 die lame soil To be Motioned oe Oct. St, 

gram Mr Freedman put* it achieving a Grade 8 education on She elimination of tuition Locking the door after the 1st year* ago. were two prop bodia and South Viet Nam. But 

fairly when he says, "The doc- <* Ics*. These people not only I fees, not because it is the only horse it out it the problem fac- rrUes described as a first- hi* very emphati* that they 

trine* of World Federalists are represent a shocking loss of issue at Make, but because our ing the inspector*. Seagulls, class tevestmeat for specula- must be buffer states against 

not always persuasive; they do human resources; they not only surveys show that tuition fees ducks, etc., fly from ooe potato tors or parties desirous of Communism, and not merely 


* * * 'of a "neutralized buffer zone" 

To be xucUoeed oe Oct. SI, that would include Lao*. Cam- 
• years agu. were two prop- 1 bodia and South Viet Nam. But 


Office. His tenure totalled 14 year*. ^ carry conviction on every form the core of the widespread present the most Important plantation to another in this comfortable Names. neutral, strongly suggests that 

But the years Of Reeve Wurtele’* uninterrupted po*^- yet somehow their ad- poverty which disgraces our financial, sodal, and psycbolog- area which it a bigger threat The first, on Blanrtiard Street, ^e hat a plan in mind to make 

Office marked the period of Esquimaus swift growth, vocatoa seem to have caught a country; they also form a very teal barrier to I post-accord ary than people. The best remedy "m toe rear cl toe Presbyterian ^ a project of neutrality 

large expenditures on roads, creation of new sub- glimpse of a few largo troths real financial burden to the rest education. seems to be compulsory rota- Chur*, was a loti: wj^* truly effective rather than an 


large expenditures on roads, creation of new sub- —-. ..... 

divisions, vvide extension of the sewage system, the on which the future of this of taxpaying society. Not only RICK OGMUNDSON, tion which Is in keeping with room house, hard-finished| nviuHon to deteyed Oomroum* 

n f it.hiUo u.ll -nri tK« r^Motlnn Kcneration msy rest ” must we pay unemployment and A-4 (Honors Economics), compulsory marketing. mrougnout. aggre s sion. Otherwise these 

building of Jybltee HauJUld tbe^ recreation centre, ^ Fed . wl(m benefits to these people. University of Victoria. Destroying these potatoes Is "The garden is wril stocked ^ree sovereign snd independ- 

and An?? 1 !*, rIU. S I eraUst*’ proposals in 1 negative but they also severely limit our * * * another serious matter when with fruit trees, and neatly ^ ltet „ htvt to 

Once, in 1951, Reeve Wurtele was a candidate w when he says "The ab- country's economic potential be- _. there is no harm to human* fenced all round witii an otna- ^ with it 

in K provincial election. He ran ** an Independent, Knce ^ .ystcm'of effective cause they are not contributing j he Nematode from them. The danger Is the mental fence; in the rear is an 

but with the active support of Mr. W. A. C. Bennett worid , aw precluding inter- the skills our country needs If Nicholas Murray Butler said, fear of transmitting the worm excellmt well of never-failing * Hilsman to make these 
and the late Mr*. Tillie Rolston. Although Reeve national violence makes arms H is to continue to prosper. "An expert is one who know* on the skins. The potato itself water, stable, out houses, etc. It BrTUmfrntg miming against 
Wurtele was probably unaware of it, he wa* a sort of races and recurrent war* In- A ck*e study of the question more and more about lea* and is not affected, so why not peel te at present rented to Mr. ^ 

trial horse in the Socred Stake*, and the showing eviUble. This basic defect in makes tt clear that cur economy lets." So in discus*ing tile the potatoes in the field and A dams , of Yttiea Street, te 823 domlMnt public mood but he 
he made undoubtedly convinced Mr. Bennett that the toe organization of human SO- Will need aa many educated peo- nematode worm that Is threat- freez* them for eomumption, a "rente „ . _ deserves well of his nation for 

time wa* opportune to challenge the older parties in clety has now become a threat pk as we can poesibly produce ening the potato Industry I do ot a elective martet such as Ttoe ot^was a 60 byl20tot ^ ^ ^ 

Ft T He was an rtffhf t0 civilization Itself" It it is to keep us in the style to not claim to be an expert, be- the fish and chips stores where an Johnson near Blanshard, . . w „ Wnffton , hou . d 

B welt onri It » niK, Thc <*JecUve of World Fed- which we've become arcus- cause if I did I would he faced large quantities are used and| with two dwellings of four rooms "V 8 ^ ^ ® 

» e Esquimau well, and It is a pity Pr8 , jgrn ig Jndppd a distant one, tomed. It is obviously In the with the contrary opinions erf the skins would be confined and each, both hard-finiteied. the w>| . to hlincl th to hi , 

that he feels he can safely relinquish the helm. But lan(1 thp s horl-sightcd behavior best economic mtere*ts of the other KO-calicd experts quite as easily controlled with a reason- "To each there are stables, w -bout the Droenects In 
,, then he was almost always a reluctant contestant and niany nations often makes It country to Invest in its youth— well qualified as myself able amount of safety and easyiand. other outhouses; also a y ie( ^ ||ni 

much preferred the quiet of his garden to the rough (look impossible of accomplish- for those who have not been edu- Synthetic farming and per- supervision. well, with force-pump, lor the ’ ^ 

and tumble Of electioneering and council debate. Iment, but there is no con* true- 4 rated to the best at their ability, petusl crops without rotation la. I AGRONOMY, juse ot do to. j j\jt;u.n«r» »,rw.c»aj 


on which the future of this of taxpaying society. Not only 
generation may rest.” "Hist we pay unemployment and 

He further support* the Fed- welfare benefits to these people. 
eraUst*’ proposals In a negative but they also severely limit our 
way when he says, "The ab- country's economic potential be- 
■ence of any system of effective cause they are not contributing, 
worid law precluding inter- the skills our country needs if 


C" 1 V.M*tV 

x hindicalS) 



















latln (Snlmitflt., v 
Sunday, Cctob.r 17, IMS 


Quotable 

Quotes 


“We all want to do something I 
— but what?" the delegates 
•aid, in effect. 

In the light of »ome other 
major problem* I cuppose It i* ( 
not > big thing but it Is * con¬ 
tinuous, harrassing nuisance. 
Someone ought to be deputized, 
perhaps from the attorney-gen-j 
eral's department, to give some ■ 
serious thought and attention to 
ithe problem. 


Men are very untidy today, 
amt they don't have haircuts 
any more.—Duke of Windsor, 


Newspaper 

Advertising 

Stimulates 

Buying 


If you lake the salt out of 
sea water, what do you get* 
The answer of the scientist* 
1st pure water. The answer 
of the businessman 1st rich,— 
Washington Post, * « 


The age of elegance Is over. 
Tbe age of seduction has 
begun. — Couturier Yvra St. 
Laurent. 


PLAY SAFE 

Maycock Optical Dispensary 

FOR OVER 1* YEARS WE HAVE CONSISTENTLY 
OFFERED OUR CUSTOMERS ON VANCOUVER 
ISLAND THE LOWEST PRICES. 


with thenjselves as they complete their first year in 
power. During the last 12 months western observers 
repeatedly have had to revise upward their estimate 
of the competence and durability of the post-Khrush¬ 
chev regime. * * * 

For many months after Nikita 
Khrushchev's down!all on Oct. 

IS. 1964. tbe prevailing view |&|p^|j|S^| 

among western observer* was 

that the new leadership would I 

prove weak and indecisive. It 

was widely assumed that much ^ 

of the energy of the ruling party 
presidium would he spent 
jockeying for personal power. 

It vtai fashionable among old 
Moscow hands to declaim that 
‘It's merely a caretaker 
regime’—a: group that will mind 
the store temporarily until a 
single strong man emergps to H a^H 

lake command and give three- 


The dribble of a leaky 
faucet in our homes may be 
the liquid which slaked the 
thirst of a dinosaur, watered 
the hanging gardens of Baby¬ 
lon,. qr refreshed Hannibal at 
some Alpine at ream .—Stew art 
1'dall, I'.S. secretary of the 
Interior. 


Now, add to thi* the fact that 
the police are at anxious to put 
an end to this form of Idiocy as I 
anyone else and it would all 
teem pretty simple, wouldn't it? 

Well, it isn't. 

The rub ia that there ara no 
standards set out for "excess- 


This is not a local problem of 
course. Oak Bay brought a reso¬ 
lution on the subject to the 
Union of B.C. Municipalities 
here recently and there was a 
wave of sympathy — and scep¬ 
ticism. 


Brine Yaur Optical Prawriptian ft Maycaek 

Victoria, B.C. f Nanaimo, H.O, 

1327 Broad St. 1 202 Bastion St 

EV 4-7081 * Skyline 0-1822 


Those would-be Juan Fangioi 
and Sterling Mosses gun their 
jalopies around the streets gaz¬ 
ing coldly and defiantly (they 
think) at normal motorists and 
pedestrians who, in turn, are 
saying to themselves: 'Young 
punks.” 


I am basically a carpenter. 
-I^ird JSnowdna. 


The moat satisfactory pari 
nf agriculture la leaning over 
fcares.—Edward Heath. 


How In be happy aad learn 
to live with taxes Is ta earn 
a million a year, pay half a- 
million la taxea aad live like 
a lord oa what'a left.—leas 
Presend, asalstant tax con¬ 
troller, Windward Islands. 


The provincial Motor Vehicle 
Act prohibits “excessive noise" 
and bars moat forms of tamper- 


COLLEGE of LANGUAGES 


Enjoy the Advantages of 

Chromalox Electric Hut 

• Clean • Feat • Ha fe 


Confounding the experts. Hra 

I.eonid Brezhnev and Alexei H| 

Koekgin and their colleagues on m| 

the ruling party, presidium, |H| 

tackled all of the big problems BS| 

facing the Soviet Union and the ml 

result* are impressive. 

They have worked hard and BBij 

Intelligently on foreign reforms 
in agriculture and industry that ^ 

are likely to bear productive 
fruit In the years to come. i really favor 

There have been no rash. war * 
impulsive moves. Every decision 
seems to have been based on 
careful study of possible con¬ 
sequences. 


The West Germaas leave 
aggressive speeches to their 
politicises sad radio while 
they themselves are coueeu. 
tratiag ns laternatioaal com¬ 
merce.—Tatar Zhivkov, prime 
minister of Balgaria. 


APRENDEB 
ESPANOLT 
FOB QUE NO? 
ESO VALE LA 
PENAS 


A P PRENDRE 
IJE FRANC A IS? 
POURQUOI NON? 
IL VAUT 
IA PEINE! 


INDIVIDUAL 


3EUTSCH 
- LERNEN? 
WARUM N1CHT? 
ES LOHNT 81 CHI 


HEARD ELECTRIC 


LIVELY 


EV 17MJ 


1M4 BURDETT 


'national liberatin' 
but i* a lackey of U.S. 
impenaksm 

Among the underdeveloped na¬ 
tion* of Africa and Asia the 
Kremkn also has gained to- 
flumce at Peking * expense. 


I wish to thank you for the honour of being your Elected Representative 
in the last three Parliaments of Canada and solicit your continued sup¬ 
port in the coming election. Your warm reception of John Diefenbaker, 
Clifford Waite, P.C. Victoria and myself was indicative of the feeling of 
Canadians across this great land, that a return to integrity and ability 
in Government was uppermost in your minds and that the Issues at stake 
are: 


The style has been business¬ 
like pragmatic and colorless— 
more like a board of directors 
of a well-run corporation than 
a group of ambitious politicians. 

In It* first year of manage¬ 
ment the new leadership has 
displayed a stability that ia the 
converse of the political up¬ 
heavals that marked the first 
year of the poet-Stalin period. Fourteen month* ago the 
... Kremlin indicated that it 

_ , couldn't Urn up enough vote* for 

Brezhnev, who replaced „ tavtottoB Now the tide haa 
Khrushchev as first party sec- and it Km, hkaly 

retary, still heads the party. ^ inference is aotu- 

Kosygui, who replaced Khroib- ^ hpld MXt monlt , „ iche . 
chev as government premier, re- duIed ^ Kremlin will be there, 
main* In that post. The party 

has announced lhat Brezhnev In an accounting which west- 
and Kosygin will make the prtn- observers found diapasason- 
cipa! speeches at (he party coo- ■**•>’ accurate, Brezhne v re ¬ 
gress next March. cenfy recited before Ihe central 

Neither Brezhnev nor Kosygin oonunittee of tie commumat 
ha* been given any individual P*** * kx* bat of courtne* 
credit for Soviet policies. There "tth Soviet reiarioM have 
is no evidence of a press build- proved during the pM year, 
up for either. The press still * a * 

sings the blessings of “collective ,, . ._ __. 


Here la a measuring rod la 
(he seonnd Afm-Arian confer¬ 
ence, a followup on the Bandung 
meeting in 1955. The Soviet 
Union, which rosnends it a an 
Asian as well as European 
power, wants an Invitation. 
China wants to bar the door. 


UNITY THROUGH EQUALITY 

Confederation wu founded and rests on 
unity in equality between the two basic 
races in Canada. There shall be no 
weakening of confederation. The dis¬ 
mantling, piece-by-piece, of our country 
must stop. 


HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT 

The Canadian People have been shocked 
by wrong-doing in high places. Action 
to restore integrity in public life is im¬ 
perative and will be proceeded with, 
vigorously and effectively. 


Strong, Courageous Leadership 

Courage, strength and honesty — these are qualities all 
Canadians recognize in John Diefenbaker. At the peak 
of his career, he will form a strong government of experi¬ 
enced parliamentarians, supported by New and Active 
Members of Parliament. 


GEORGE L. CHATTERTON 

Progressive Conservative M.P. Eequimalt-Saanich 
1961-1965 


New national development policies will be implemented. 

Aotiv* resource development la the life-blood of the Canadian economy. Imagina¬ 
tive policies such as a National Power Grid will make energy resources avail¬ 
able in all parts of Canada; a Water Resources Policy will preserve this valuable 
resource; a program of federal aid for parka will Improve the recreational 
facilities around aur urban areas. 

A Progressive Conservative government will provide catch insurance and assist 
In marketing and export. 


National plan for education—Canada's first—will increase 
per capita university grants from (2 to $5. 

Higher education must not become an Institution reserved for the privileged. 
Our new program will allow thousands more Canadians to obtain ■ university 
education; will Increase grant* for university expansion and medical research; 
and will be a stimulus to the whole economy. A Department of Youth will be 
established. 


New agricultural programs will boost farm income. 

A Progressive Conservative Government lifted western agriculture out of the 
doldrums. What we did for western farmers we will do for eastern farmers. 
We will revive the ARDA program Initiated by the PC party; provide crop 
Insurance on pasture crops to assist the livestock economy; establish an Eastern 
Feed Grain Agency; set up a National Dairy Commission, with $4 per hundred¬ 
weight payments for Industrial milk; encourage the building of agricultural 
schools similar to the Conservative vocational and technical training school 
program. 

Homeowners’ municipal tuxes up to $500 will be deductible 
for federal income tax purposes. 

Rising school costa impose an unfair share of the tax burden on homeowners, 
almost to the breaking-point. The $500 deduction will mean a federal sharing 
of education costs with the provinces and municipalities. 


Interest rates on consumer loans will be reduced by the en¬ 
actment of special legislation (Consumers’ Loans Act). 

Present interest rates add 20% and more to the cost of necessary and basic 
consumer purchases. High Interest rates dry up consumer demand. Wa will 
provide urban dweller* with the same type of credit advantage* now available 
to farmers. 


The tactics devised by Khrush¬ 
chev's successors for dealing 
with China are threefold: 

• First, refuse to engage In 
polemics with China over ideo¬ 
logy, since iry'this arena China 
has the position more persuasive 
to “have not" communists in 
underdeveloped countries. 

• Second, issue repealed 
rails for unity, thereby putting 
the onus on China for Slno-Soviet 
differences which neither can re¬ 
solve anyway. 

• nurd, compete with Red 
China for influence among 
Communist parties in China's 
own backyard. 

The new policy teems to be! 
paying off. Soviet-Viet Nam re¬ 
warmed The 


The new system, with which 
Khrushchev had begun cautious 
designed to 


NHA mortgages will be provided for older homes 

NHA mortgages have been limited to new home construction. Mortgages on 
older homes will permit the mobility of people that Is essential If wageeamera 
are to take full advantage of Canada's growth. 


experiments, 
raise the rate of Soviet econ¬ 
omic growth by increasing ef¬ 
ficiency. Many western obser¬ 
vers believe that It will accom¬ 
plish that But It will take some 
time to get the system into op¬ 
eration. • 

Like Ita predecessors, the new 
leadership has made bright 
promises to the consumer. The 
first test of its sincerity will 
come when the .iew five-year 
plan is unveiled at or in ad- 
I vance of the party emigre** in 
March. II will show to what ex¬ 
tent ihe Kremlin has included | 
in it* 1966-71 economic blue-1 
prii^t the increase* l i output ofl 
consumer good* which it has 
promised. 

(Tbs Urn AimMm IuomI 


Foreign trade will be greatly expanded. 

The Progressive Conservative government opened up wheat sale* in China and 
Russia and found new markets for Canadian goods throughout the world, 
creating the first commodity export trade surplus in years. Our new program 
will expand major port facilities in Canada, stimulate an aggressive sales 
program abroad, and welcome foreign Investment In Canada without fear of 
dlsmlminatlon by retroactive legislation. 


I Old age pensions will be increased to $100 per month. 

The needa of our aenior citizens are not adequately provided for In tha Canada 
Pension Plan. The cost of living has spiralled, and a pension of $100 per month 
is today'* recognized level of minimum subsistence. 


rations 

Soviet have also Improved (heir 
relations with North Korea and 
have enhanced their reputation 
among militant Communists in 
Asia and elsewhere. 

Moreover, Peking sounds 1 pm 
• nd Ira* believable as It parrM* 
19m law (hat toe Kremlin doesn't 


VOTE CONSERVATIVE 
ESQUIMALT-SAANICH Re 


GEORGE L. CHATTERTON 


AGRICULTURIST 















Fishermen Want Action 


6 Bitig (Cnltmlfil Victoria, B.C., Sun., Oct. 17, 1965 


Bleak Times Predicted 


By JOY HrNTLEY , man labor fmm the prodi 

CAMBELL RIVER - B.C IWlermen wUl 
hungry unless a major program of development of fish The attitude of privai 
hatcheries in this province is started immediately, tenirim rous t be revised, 
according to fishermen here. 

A large group of fishermen, 
dressed In heavy mackiodws 
and standing in a shaft of cold 
north wind whipping down Dis¬ 
covery Passage, outlined their 
problems to Comna-Albeml NDP; 
candidate Tom Barnett. Friday. 1 

Their complaints ranged be¬ 
tween a fear of the danger of 
pollution from forest spray* to 
an attack on the tie-in between 
| federal fisheriea policies and 
| the big fishing companies. 

NEED IRflENT 


City Artist 
Winner 
In Paris 


A FAMILY 
TRADITION 


Fishermen discuss problems with candidate iril/t cigarette 


Since its founding in 1867, the Hay¬ 
ward Family have been known for 
their High Standard and Courtooua 
Service to thousand! in the Greater 
Victoria area. 

Three generations later. Mr. William 
Hayward is carrying an this family 
tradition. 

Today, Mr. Hayward and Mr. Alfred 
W. Francis rededicata thomselvaa In 
aootlnuinR to follow these poliriea 
that have been to widely known and 
accepted for 98 years. 

Superior Service and providing per¬ 
fection when the need arises has and 
will continue to be the paltry of this 
Pioneer Funeral Chapel. 


CANADIAN PACIFIC \\ Official Hostile 


PAUSE WARE 


Newspaper 

Advertising 

Stimulates 

Buying 


DUNCAN — Hopes of includ-ihave been datoed; Friday night| 
« Salt Spring and GaHano In wm representatives of the two! 
w proposed Ladyamith-Cowi -1 iaiaads walked ora of a messing 
mmi niissl dtotrect appear to I called to diacm toe distinct. 


‘Best Rally’ 
Says JohnD 


HAYWARD’S 


SMt Spring Island Are protec¬ 
tion district, told James Baird,! 
miaucipal affairs official 
After Mr. Btsdey'i state¬ 
ment, the seven ritiTtod back 
their ehatn and walked out of 
the meeting at which M harited 
r opre se ntadves from South 
Onrichan to Ladysmith at- 


0UPERIOR 6MVK* SINCE WST 


SUPER 


meets, said "He was parttou-l 
iarty impressed to that i t was 
largely or g a n ised by young 


He aaii "toe Liberal pavers-1 
meat got eveiythtog passed that 
K ashed for. e» why shoold Hi 

demand a docile majority at 
this time?” 

He predicted the pivenuBcnti 
D1AJ BVAR of “a poaatole 
heavy economic aloros ahead.”] 
Mr. Cameron said fa the face* 
at such a storm there would be 
a choice open to the govern¬ 
ment: tight money, which it un¬ 
popular, or to mobilize the re¬ 
sources of the oauatry to fight 


"the ridiculous situation” where 
coho caught out of season must 
be released, and 10 per cent 
die. 

"The lew to terrific," he raid 
The fltoersnaa said toe area 

should be closed for alt fish, 
rather than allowing fishing of 
rate species such as springs. 

COHO OUT 

“ft*i tmpnatoble not to catch 
other fish, like coho, and the 
firisermaa to fined if these are 
found In his boat,” commented 


91* representatives came 
from Salt Spring, the seventh 

ton Gakano. 


to us. 

"He kept sidestepping our 

gaaatows. aad sndh't gins us! 

[ a firm answer on anything. 

They aouida’t Mp us wtto' 
jour waterworks . . , they can 

tatidy oouida't bring water over 
to toe Gidf Islands," toe (Me- 


SPECIALS 


At NORTH QUADRA FLORIST aai GARDEN CENTRE 

fall planting time and this Is your first stop 

for quality bulbs, evergrerna and a wealth of 

nursery stock Just right far planting! 


OCTOBER IS - li - 20 


Mr. Barnett blasted “the total ^ Osmmr m 

lack af lalerest shown In Vic- ^ Psau rsa . 
toria (by the provincial govern- - 1U n Lli . n ^ elkntoi 

aseatl la the future of the- 

fisheries in this province.” _ n 

He sakl the lack of interest I pn tona r 

"is dumfounding.” L^Il opHl 

NOT B.C. Win* Tit 

TTe candidate said cabinet tv UfiB HI- 
mini tiers from all other sea- —^ « 

front provinces except B.C. p |*C||f| toidar 
tin li I the recent federal-pro- “ 

vtoeSsI fisheries conference In SAINT JOHN. N 
Ottawa, and "the premier of Haiifas hoaer Lae 
Newfaaartlaad brought 30 ex- won aw Caaadtoa « 
peris with him to the meeting. ctuuapSwsriap taSu 

"B.C. aent two civil servants,” uttohaMar Pvsor ; 
the candidate said. Twiwiu 

He claimed there Is something Ipwto hacM « 
wrong with the educsticnai *t }« ts flfigi 
system in the province whea llaaMdi 

toretiry engineers “do not know U&L 
(he relation of forests Is g«tonMl fiqaad 
fisheries. Urn npa i 

|fiMAll, SCALE tatoiS^Hhi 

I ‘Streams are being ptiMM, body The ItiaS 
d aaiap s to being done by the wss unable to get fc 
jtoOPag Indasto. but work being 'hsfsrs fiw Id aatau, 


Peonies - .89’ 10 
8 Bedding Hyacinths 
50 Mixed Narcissi 
50 Mixed Crocus 


but Mr. Baird implied our recre- \ 
attonxl district might come 
under legislation at the regional 
district. 

"Duncan pay* two mills tor 


DINNERS 


Cancer Kills 
Ex-Yankee 


Cfcaaae From AH tkm Boat Varieties 
far Fresh Early tyring Blsaas 

IEM0NES I S T-*-* ?. .4 

100 far 


CHICUN - TURKEY - BEEF 


GOV’T INSP ECTE D 
PRESS I HOSTED 
THAT PACK 


LECTURE 

By lAeyd raik 

DEMOMST RATION 
OH C0TT1HSS 

Air - U|«W •! iaSaar |U»U. 

gii-— w «• tosaa >■ sasnios 

Kaitilcr far *>ila laclitr* >• 
■ail, *■ poulbl* *t Norik 

flarlU m( a«*« 
Mn. *aC ks sura at *“*l- 
«n« 

In Oar Baferessee Library 
lad Floor 

Wednesday. OoL 20 
fit A p-BL 


JUMI0 CROCUS 


5 separate 
rotors. DOZ. 


For Retarded 


New School Tender 
High But Awarded 


Hs s atir e d before the start cf 

m IMS saaaon after haring 
msn toe imbue year at To- 


Plastic Bird Feeder f V 
4 lbs. Wild Bird Seed 59 

® EFFECTIVE HEDGING PLANTS 


SALT 


dttioanly awarded toe contract 
for the school to Herb Bate Ltd. 
af Victoria at a priee af SOM1B. 

Acceptance is conditional on ap- 


Iw tat tender na the planned 
Victor Street school for the re¬ 
tarded was still illJM aver 
original estimates when bids 
were apeaad tor toe seemd 
time by toe Creator Victoria 
School Board. 

On Thuriday the board asw- 


aducaiiaa. 

Six bids ranging up to 1151,- 
•N we re submitted 

The svec-esttmate lea d e rs 
wen the latest headache tor the 
board, which has been trying to 
rape with steeply-rising con 
■truction costs. 

On the advice of architects, 
the board allocated SUl/tiO lor 
the ais-room actual ia a tetor- 
cnduui voters approved 1? 


LAI RELS10 to 12 inches 
Each 20# It for $2.75 10« for 025-00 
15 to 18 inches 

Each 40# It tor 04-50 100 for 042.50 

LAWSON Cl PRESS 3 feet high 

Each 01.85 It for 018.50 ltt for 0175.00 

ARIZONA CYPRESS HEDGING—3 feet high 
Each 01.05 10 for 018.50 100 for 0175.00 

CHAM OOLCMNAR1S—5 feet high 

Each 05.95 It for 052.50 ltt for 0500.00 


Pasts Hurting 


STRAWBERRY 

JAM $i 09 


ALL REJECTED 

Last summer the lowest len¬ 
der on Victor school was $15*.- 
417. The beard rejected all bids 
and ordered plans redrawn to 
cut coats. 

Two other schools. Hill crest 
and North Ridge elementary, 
are In Umbe because af tenders 
much above estimates. 


Just Returned from 
Jakarta, Indonesia 

Wtd., Oct. 20, 8 p.m. 


Fall lawn care is very important for next year's healthy, rich green grass. 


Mudflats’ Union Building, 
University af Victoria 
(Paso* ScMas La»*u«> 


sl « Child 1 ! Ptirft whsm 
wr children con gat lost 
mong tba tamo ‘wild’ animals 


OPEN FMDAY HlfiHT TILL 8 
OPU DAILY 8:30 TO 6—SUNDAY 10 TO 5 

LOTS OF HtEZ PARKING 


basket 


Santa 

Barbara 


STORE LOCATIONS 

AI24 Cordova Bay Hoad 

15U5 Paadora Ave. 


CALIFOCMIA'S WOCtD FAMOUS 
AU-YIAI HI SO IT CITY 

Let fiM help ran plan yanr 
visit. Writ# for PREK rotor 
ful rotation packet. 

Mas Barhara Baaa. Mai tom 

Bureau. II T.. dfl la Guerra, 
haute Barbara. Cull/. 


Any 01.00 Order Delivered Free nf Charge 
TELEX fa Serve leu Better — Member F.T.D.A. 

ISOS QUADRA STREET ai McKENZlE AVENUE 
PHONES: 479-7148—470-7147 


MO Kaqalmalt Rd 


Wa Raaarvfl the Right to Limit QuanHMea 



















BOOKS—Mr bay. and glrle Adventure and claml* 


DRAPERIES 


I IIAM TKACH—Hand drawn two 4' Unitbi with MkMU. 

14 elide*, pair end itos>. 1 (plica. 149 

4Sorry no delivery l Complete — 

g*-- COTTOW PRINTS Attractive febriqa for kltehen, don. 
puraary. ole. Owed iclaclloa of Q 14 0 

aalaur cdmbteklloni — - “ yard* i »"V ** 

ST' BUS LAP Popular plain fabric with a wlda 5 4 JQ 

ringa of uea* and coloura. £ yarda * ■**• 

It' COTTON PLAINS AMD PRINT* — Wuhqble, durable bat tool, idaal 
far badapraada, draper Ira 1 1 IQ 

and allpearara — — -I »»'d * •“* 

COBDUROT SEAT PAD* — 1 " aolld faaa till. 4 JQ 

varioua coloura to chooaa Iran, aach • ■ * ™ 

DO-IT-YOUBEELP KITS-Ploatar HI, aootaloa »H yarda lapa. H 

plaatar hooka and tnitructtoa booblat. Janlor kit eantalna IS yarda 
lapa. IS plaatar hooka and 9.1 49 

InitrucUoni AU ■ ••r 1 

TRUNBT PANELS—Waahahla and hard waarlaa. 1 JQ 

Whlto only. *T'*B1'\ aach - >' ,a 

dl" LINING — Prat awl yaur drapaa J1 1 JQ 

Iran fadlna — _ £1 *a“® 

SATIN CUSHION* — Squara aattn tuihlana with button contra Sparer 
ala* 11" by 1 *" Many dacoratar O 1 4 9 

coloura to rhooie Iron — £ ,8r 1 

PLAITIC DEAPE* — Colourful Tlnyl drapaa. WaahaWa, aaloqrfaat. 
Completely llaed Deep amhauad texture. 4 JO 

Elia lB»'x»4" lam Pair — — *"" 

PLAITIC FOAM CKA1B PADS — Xaataw your chain with thaaa ped. 
Btaa lSt»' 111 S"*l>»". 1 JQ 

Two ta a packaaa -—— 


FLOOR COVERINGS 


TEXTUBEO COTTON MATS—Loan ptla In hlsh-te* textured 4 M A 
of fact Aiaortcd aolanrt. Irina ad anda. Appraa ItxM Bach -. laT* 
St SEEK WELCOME BOON MATS-Cbaiaa of klacL 1 49 

rad ar iraan Appraa l*xl» Each * 1 

MOEOCCAN PATTSEN MATS—Cotta* plla ta Maraesan 1 JQ 

daattna. Prtniad anda Apnran. MxM. Each — - ■ "“w 

PLUSH PILE COTTON MATS—Doan Plnah plla nan-aktd * JQ 

lain becklas Aaanrtad coloura. Irlnnad anda Each -* •“*» 

EtlBEEB ITAJB TBEABS—Black rubber moulded and JE 4 JQ 
carnaaatad. aaaroz lilt ai far 

• 1 " JUTE BUBBtB—Ctaaaly weveo tram alaut jib a I lln d AA 
flbra. Chalca af said ar green In amart atrlpa daalsn I I yarda I >TO 
IIHUTT MAT—Fora ylnyl maU with aquara amhoaaad dealen with 
cloth hacktss. Aaaerted Mloura 

SS”bM" Each_ t a4fl ll'« 111 " 2 far 1 a49 

Waadaard'a Flaar Ceverteji. Seaawd Flaar 


FOOD FLOOR 


PRODUCE 


Orcacaa—California No. I. 

Sweat and P 4 JQ 

Juicy 9 doa. I .ES 

1 Lattuaa. 1 ealary. 1 eucum- 
bara, * bunchca radlabaa, 1 
bunahaa praan aniena. l tubaa 
tomstoca. 4 JQ 

ALL FOE I a^O 

PANCT MeINTOSE APPLES— 


CANDIES 


SALLOW ESN SPECULA 
Moira' IS— «te ban Jelly 

3. 1 49 

1 bai—At pcaa. Bubble aunt. 
1 hoc—14 pcaa. Fruit Holla. 

1 baa—14 pcaa. OH wiry. 

1 bat—41 pell Aliortad Fruit 
Euckara. 4 JQ 

All for_ I 

I boa—44 placaa. Foil Merah- 
mallow Pumpkin., 

1 lb bac Molaaaaa Elnaa. 

1 baa—14 oranfa and black 
auckara 4 JQ 

AU for _ I t99 

Paaay IT* plrcaa plua 44 ubell- 
out kata Contain! Ktaaea, 
Pena, Candy Wafer 4 JQ 
Hollo. Chilian I 1*0 

Escalator 

Barry. Na Bllltarlai 


MEATS 


GROCERIES 

Robin Hood Flour, I lba . 
Auetrallan Rnlilm, 1 lba., 
AuatraUaa Curranla, 1 lb., 

Cut Mlxad Pail. 4 JQ 

14-pa. AU for _I 1*0 

Bleached Bultaaaa. W.W., 1 lb . 
Olaaa Charrlaa, tad. Brain ar 
aaiartad, 4-oa., W W . 

Fruit Cake Fruit. 1 lb . 

Oiaca Ptaaaopla 4 JQ 
Riaca. 1. All for I a*D 
Woodward -1 Pitted Da tea 3 Oaa 
California Ralalna, 1 IE 

flhellrd Walnuu. B oaa . 

Almond Paata, t oaa. 4 JQ 

AU for 1 1*0 


BAKERY 


I-lb. HaMbnrier Steak 
1 -lb. EklBlaaa 4 JQ 

Pork Bauaaia fi — li *0 
l-lh. PI my Bank Bacon, 
l-oa. pkc. Chicken Loaf, 
l-oi pkp 4 JQ 

Veal Loaf * a**0 

1 Cut-up Fowl, approx. 

]'a lba 

1 Junior Bnlocna. 4 IQ 

1 lb Cilia Wlanera I a*0 
1 '. lba Pork Nib Loir Chopa. 
1 |h Aral 4 JQ 

Hteakettae I 1*0 


1 Raloln-Pla, 

1 Madeira Loaf CaJta, 

1 Supreme Layer 4 JQ 
Ctkl .. All 1 far I a* O 
ti Cherry Cake or 
tb Eultana Cake 4 is 
Yaur choice < far I a* O 
Coronation Cherry 4 A Q 
Cake. Kaoh- la*0 

DAIRY FOODS 

Woodward'! Suprama Chaaaa, 
•Head, 14-oe , 

Kraft Cracker Barra) Medium 
Cheddar. l«-oe pbl, 
Woodwarda Suprama Merga- 
Ttoa. 1 -lb pkt. 4 4Q 

AU tor I a*0 

Garden Ctnfra 

TULIP BULBS— 4 J A 

Mind, 4Bl. Each I 1*0 

KINO ALFEED DAFFODILS— 
Round »0’a 4 IQ 

Each I a*0 

JAPANESE AZALEA*—Bhadr. 
of pink, rad and white. Plant 
In rockarlaa no* for haauttfu! 
•orln* 9 4 JQ 

bloom aa plant! I a *0 

KVEBr.EEEN JUNIPZBA—Aev 
•ral vertule. 4 a A 

Tour eholra. aarh I a*9 


Woodward'a Drapartaa, Eaaand Flaar 


GIRLS 1 HOSIERY 


fLON SOCKS— Pina nylwi ptmeh. tarnarar ant fa While or cateure 

T,.. 1 '' 1 ' "" . 5 » 1.49 

DLET SOCES—Cotlea and aylan atratah with Willie gaffe While 
ily Pm 1 -*'b. *S-»‘>. ID -11 A 1 JQ 

hi to only * *•"• * •**» 

Waadaard'a EaaWry. Main fb« 


SPORTING GOODS 


TCI* TOMBS—*SllVb. 9 4 4g 

m. mis - ■ £ «" I .*0 

CEET »t1CE—4»«rdy law la. lad atlak 4 JQ 
•an nr bill' backay * 

- 4 .. 1.49 

NTTNO CAP E lna a aranaa far 4 JQ 

ximam enlaiy - - I a *0 

TAL BOLLHE BKATBB-Kdlueteble, 4 JQ 

r<y canatruetlaa - I a *0 

N CASE_Ualyaraat u III moat Sum Vinyl 

h (lanoal lining Standard and 4 JQ 

pa mndcla -- ------ > 

SETS BAG—Far achaal nr gym 4 JQ 

alia handlag. (tpparnd packat ■ a*« 

WUNO SHOE BAO—Par Barry MS 4 40 
m ta and from *amaa . — ■ a**» 

;YCLH OENEBATOB OB BIBB BEAD- 4 JQ 
HP ANE TAIL-LIOHT BBT—Barb I 0*0 

OT PUMPS—Par blcyalaa. 1.40 

W BACK—Sturdy (harry wand taah. 4 JQ 
II bald * rana Bach ■ w^W 

IBKBB HU NTTNO VBET—Hlaaa araaia 4 JQ 
maxima m protection. Each- ■ a*« 

_ 1.49 

^.ALLS- 1>49 


PAINTS 


WOODSONIA PAINT—AU ftelebei. Interior, rx- 
trrtar. OH ar bin 4 IA 

Quart I a* O 

BEACON STAIN—Oraan. rad. brawn d 4Q 

Oaltan I a*9 

■TAIN BBOSMES—«'• flbra hrlatlaa. 4 JQ 

Both 1 a*0 

PAINT BOLLBB SET—Complata with tlby, ttk ' 
roller, J" ■half rnllar and «' axlanalan 4 S db 

handle Bat — . . .. I n*0 

PAINT BBC I BBS —ft aalactlqn af I nod 4 40 

luaUty bruahaa from 1 ta 4 Inchaa. Each I 1*0 

PAINT AND TAB WISH BEHOVED— 4 IQ 

Naa-nammabU. Quart I a*0 

Waadward'a Pilate, Mata flaar 


HARDWANE AND TOOLS 


PLAITIC TABP-I US' plaittc tarn 4 JQ 
Haa many uaea 1 a*9 

HOOF IEAL --1 gallon af Waodnard a 4 4Q 
roof anal . I >*9 

PLASTIC PLANTEBS- Tour chalca af I atflaa. 
oraalan urn ytpa ar plaatle plantar 4 4Q 
with braaa aland I .*9 

4" ar 14" LEC1E—Natural with braaa fait. PlaQlo 
nnn*d, complata with aerawa and 4 JQ 

hardware brackata. Bat___I a* 9 

BONE MEAL— 4 4Q 

lb lba. bona meal _ r __—_I a*9 

VISE—4*' woodworking tlaa. 140 

Paataaa under bench ___I a* 9 


HOUSEWARES 


STAINLESS STEEL PBTPBK— Bit l*V tUa In 
glaamlns atalnlaaa ataal with bakillta 4 A A 

handla Bach I iQ 9 

CLBANINO AIDE—Choice pf aarh broom, 4 S Q 
aponia map, dual map. Bach _la*9 

PLAITIC PAII—l-quart alia In anorlad coloura 
with aturdy M 4 40 

bandlai — C far I .*9 

ALUMINUM COOBWABE — Choice af kittle, 
double hollar. S-quart aaucapan, 4 4Q 

1 -cup percolator. Bach I a*9 

BOd BBAtEHB—Smooth ruanlm nylan 4 JQ 
■aari, atflclent baaUrg . _ I a* 9 

LIGHT OLOBES—Canadian 4 db 4 4Q 

made, 4*, S| or It* wetted I W for I a*9 
PLASTIC aotllEWABE—Cay lead 4 4Q 

airbaga cab. Each . ... . - I a*9 

BLUB ENAMEL BOaiTBH—Bakad-on 4 S A 
animal, complata with aoaar. Bach__ I ■* 9 

LAP THAT—Handy bad tray or 140 

TV tray. Each .. . — la*9 

INDIVIDUAL SALAD DOWLS— 4 4 4Q 

Wall-finished wooden bowl .. * far I a*9 

KITCHEN TOOLS—41 a In la ia Q 4 JQ 

•tail, aaod aaiertmanl aa for I a* 9 

WASTE BASKET ANO TISSUE BOLDEB—Smart 
eryata! plaatle, aaioried 4 JQ 

rnloura. Both for I a* 9 

PKTPAN SET— imported from Italy. 4 JQ 
4-nlaea aluminum art I .*9 

Waadaard'a Henaanaraa, Mala Plus 


DBAIN CLEANEK Karp yaur dralna free runnlna. 
Uh drain quick claanar. 4 M Q 

ll-ea. tin _ I .*9 


SCBIW DEIVIB KIT—Sat 1 < S aquara, 1 recall 
and 1 alot bite la 4 4 A 

lu heaty duly plaatla handle- I a* 9 


TOOL 1ST—Hat af S too la with handla la elastic 
•laaaa. Hammer, aaraw drlrtr, 4 IQ 

lifter, ata. -- - la*9 


■ TtCEL BAMMEB—Tubular ataal abaft Cuahloa- 
ad trip, droo-farcad head. 4 4 A 

14-qa. alia .-.... I a*9 


Waadward'a Hardware, Mata Flaar 


APPLIANCE ACCESSORIES 
AND NECONDS 


WOOL AND ART NEEDLEWORK 


WOODSONIA WORSTED — Popular ihadee. * 4 JQ 

Shrink rainiest Approa l-oa. atat" ap far I a“e# 

WOODSONIA DOUBLE KNIT—Nylon reinforced ahrtnk-reelilaat wool. 
Atlractlao cotauri. * 4 4 0 

Approx l-oa. ball a* far I .^ap 

WOODSONIA BAHT WOO*—Nylon rtlttfereed. white eat peatrla, alia 
to allk and weal C 1 4 0 

Approx I-ae ball ™ 

WOODSONIA WOOL BLEND—Wool ud rayon ratnfprcad with aytna. 
Wide road of a^oun C . 140 

Anorwx I-m baU „ *F far * a*9 

WHITE OAK 4-PUT FXNOEKINO—Srltlah Imported, c I JQ 

AU WOOL a porex l-oa akrla — W Lac la*ap 

SOPTEK WOBAtB—Mohair and weal BrKUh Import- Paahlaa abadaa. 
Knlta w all pannier paltenu m lama n e ed te a. « < JQ 

Approx I-at ball 9 far la* 9 

T APE STB T KIT S P opular tin Ham far youns 4 JQ 

a ad old Bach _ — * a** 

WOODSONIA BULKY—Weeded with Njm. Rctnfarced with nylan. 
Bkrlnk rnalatint * 4 JQ 

Astrnx. l-oa akaU —- —- - — • I a“m 

Waadward'a Waal and Art Needlework, Saaand Fleer 


Bhrink raalatant 
Apprnx. l-oa. akaln 


DRESS FABRICS 


SI" WOOL TABTAN—Wlda read af liana for earned waor 4 4 A 
Hultt. Jampau, akirU and apart ahlrte. Alaa nanarcaau Yard ■ a*w 
*»'• COLLiatATS FLANNEL—Pirn twlU wwa«e lx twaaly d JQ 
PaU ead Winter ahedae Yard — ■ •*• 

14" LUSTBBTONB—meutlful catear btaadiaga In attracUan ylarai da- 
altn La*aly far draaiaa, Manaaa. 41 4 JQ 

rblldrrn i near •* y*'4a • •“» 

Bd" ORIENTAL BBOCADE Rich aatlB an tltmarwui far 4 JQ 

dronaaa. leunaanaar. Yard -la*« 

aa" COTTON PO**UN—IxUa llna, Urmij aataa A 1 4 40 

rattsn far heuaanaM uaaa . fcl yarda ■ a*® 

aa- PRINTED FLANNELETTE—Coay and warm 4 4 4A 

far nlahtwwar . 9 yarda I •*» 

P 0 “ GINOHAM—Small, medium and lard check* 4 4 4Q 

in pink, turqwadat, Una. rad. sreao. bleak and yallaw ar yarda I a*@ 
Bd" aLKMWOOO PBINT—Multi-purndda aatten 4 4 JQ 

arlnte in a wMe eaoartmoat af daalana * yarda I a*0 

dl" BURR4M AND CKEPB FBINB4 Baatellal daalaaa 4 JQ 

In Iwaaly Pell Maw far blauaaa and draaaai. yard I a* 9 

ST' PIN WALE COBBUBOT—Par Itlinre, 4 1 4 40 

a parte ramwi chlldrra a waar ■ I yarda I •*« 

•a- TIE TUBED SUITING—doflly i*X«end waaaa Juil 4 JH 

rliht far tellarad fracEj. aulla and llimpati Yard ■ a*9 

Bd" VELVETEEN—ThU aaaaaa a laraiteal ahedte atfarad 4 JQ 
In Ala popular fabric Yard I •*• 

Waadward'a Dram Fabriaa, daaead Flaar 


M" haaty duty, ataal band 

1.49 


BEAVT DUTY KAK 
iilaforaad bamboo 

rtka . 


TAPS—Black marking aa white 
miacl Steal blade H" wide .. 


■AW BOBSS BBACKBTS—Heavy nun ataal for 
•aw harm, plaf-poet • d 4 db 

tablaa._ Sat of £ far I .*9 


DRUGS AHD SURDRIES 


MULTIPLE VITASONS—Wood ward' I 4 

bread, one tablet dally, llli - I 

■AMITABT NAPKINS—Waadward’a brand da 
aak treated far added 4 

protection IFa I 

FACIAL TISSUES— A 4 

PS* doable ahmta --- it lar I 

CAPRI rOJBMO BATH OH—Cancan Ira ta 
nut all barn, aoelhlaa ta A 4 

dry akin - -£ far I 

GIFT SETS FOB LADIES—Shu I tea. d 

E«anlai In Faria -- I 

GIFT SETS FOR MEN—Old Mica. 4 

I mta ta chooaa from. Each I 

BOTAL OAK SOAP— 4 

■hawar aoaa with a card_ _ — I 

BOY WATER BOTTLES—Sturdy MB- 4 

• Indian, llna quality ..— I 

r-ORDiriN TABS— Sta. Ta 4 

raltaya cold aymptema Bach I 

MOOSON SOAP—I bora ha a sift has. 
frasraacaa ta ehaeaa A 4 

Item £ baxea I 

Waadward'a Draaa sad Coamatiaa, Mala 


FURNITURE 


MAGAEINB BACK—Braaa-plated wlra maaaiin* 
rack with valnnt-ftBlabed hardwood 4 4 A 
handle. 11 " wide by 11 " blah Rich I .*9 
MAPLE MILK STOOI^^olld hardwood with a 
warm mallobr aatani fInlab Complete 4 4Q 
with handla and carrylna thong Bach I a* 9 
Waadward'a Faraltua, Saaand Flaar 


TOYS 


GUN ANR HOLSTSK BBT—By Mattel. 4 JQ 
Paanar tan i» with haiaUr I a*9 


BUL 1 DOSRB— Plaatle. battery wanted. 4 4 A 
maaioi Uit forward a ad r a rar m aaUoa I .*9 


RUMP TRUCK—Lana, plaatla. with 
rear action_... __ 


RASTLOCRS—PlaiUe, MtartocklaS Wild- 4 JQ 
hid hricka. SIS plaaaa. matnutloa beak. I .*9 


COBNIHO WARS—A pUaUa rapltca at aaralng 
wars raaktag iat Bins 4 4 A 

aarnflawar pattern I a* 9 


OAMB CSEST—OS dlffaraat aaaaa nr' 4 JQ 
da laia automatM htnsa same __ I ■* 9 


3 far 


DOLL RAT BOX—Clreular atyle, mb" diameter. 
Dlffaraat ealauri, 4 m A 

carrylns handla I •* 9 


CKOQLET SET—All plaaOi dlffaraat 
colaured maUaU. 4 belli and wlckau 


COMBAT QOR—Trillion na. double barrel with 
melting chamber, 4 4 A 

afaauldar atrap _ 1 a* 9 


FAINT-BT-NUMBER SET—d"lH" platura. nnu- 
tna light Mb frama. Oil palate and break Lam 
aariaty at aeanai d 4A 

ta chooaa from I a*9 


Waadward'a Taya. Mala Flaar 


AUTO ACCESSORIES 


PHOTO ALBUM—Indlrldualiy hexed. e in 

white, black end brown I a*9 

CBIIITEAI CARDS—Aaaorlad boxra, aerJoua A a 4A 

daalana. una with Id lo., It In , 11 In 9 for I a*9 

CHRISTMAS CARDS—Solid peck*, 11 carda all alike, A 1 JO 

many daalana to chooaa from _ .. . .. £ fat I «*9 

B-FIBCB DIABT— 14 0 

Diary aata in aiaarted oalouri___ __1 o£w 

S-P11CB DIABT— 14 0 

Chary aata la aiaortad aetoura- - 1 JB 

PLATING CARDS—Pinna caatad, double a a Q 

Jacked, picture hack___| 

BOXBD STAnONBRT —10 abaate. M aoralapM. A d 4 Q 

Aaaorlad dailfai to chooaa from _ 9 for la*9 

BOXED NOTES—It nolaa and anralopai par ho*. M 14 0 

Allotted daalana_ * tar I .*9 

DALLOWEIN COSTUMES—Pl.ma raailUnt, 14 0 

camplata with meat _ . _ __ | a*V 

WOODWARD'S JUMBO DIPT WRAP—M taMrted A 4 40 

■hteti af Chrlatmaa wrap _ b for I .*9 

JINOLB BELL GIFT WRAP —1 roll* Dinar ST a 1 ST' each roll. 1 roll 
foil SS xdi . m 140 

1 belli par pack ---£ for l .*9 

JINOLB BELL BOWS -1 halla, ]« bowa A '4 4 0 

(1 tuipBi . _ £ lor 1 a *9 

LIB 'N' STIK RIBBON—d aaparate bolte— A 4 4A 

tet .1 iss" rib boo £ m, 1 .49 

STAPLER AND STAPLES—Comaact henna atapler, 4 J A 

IBM aUplaa __ . _ __ 1.49 

WBITTNQ KIT—Plaatla pqrtfolla with wrltln* 4 J O 

paper and anralopca ..... | .*9 

BLUB LINED ENVELOPE a—No * cheque nae far A 4 4A 

home ar afflca. 114 par pkg £ far I a49 

■ ALLPOINT PEN—One Parker Arrow Jotter with extra 4 |A 

Jarse. medium paint ratlU____ | a*9 

GIANT REFILLS—4'.z 11 atandard s-hala punched leaaalaaf paper, 
narrow, wide rullaf. eu 4 40 

SU ahaata par pka _ £ far I .49 

SHOE BUTLRB—Kit with loatraai Can lain, two tin. a am 

hlach or htowa polteh_ _ I .*9 

IRONING BOARD COVER—On. ironing board pad 4 |A 

with aoaar. Blllaaam treated _ _ __ |.*9 

WISDOM HANGFES. Hardwood bandar dowal r 1 JO 

cmwlaca luitekla tor nanU ar aklrt. .. 9 far I a* 9 

SEIKT OB PANT MANGRRS—Vlaa grip to pr.raat J 4 JQ 

•■Ding, krona enaaa taoicr. Tour choice _* far I a* 9 

COMBINATION RANGCBS—Haaiy her aboard. A 4 JQ 

cant'• aacUan ataa-grip. tar akirU ar paata_a. for I a*9 

Waadward'a Stationary and Naltena, Main Flaar 


WSATRKB STRIP — I 

I 4 -elaca wood and 
laamflax 


MINI TONKA TRUCKS—4 differ 
duaap ar wraekar Duck*, 
all maul . 


PISH FESTIUZKB Jt-oo. pf ftlh 
fartllliar In plaatle aootalnar. 


1.49 


paa . it nlnum guard ar 

1.49 


RABBIS AND M 1 BGB—Largs 
aaaattmant te abaaaa from _ 


1.49 


lt-FUCE TEA BBT -White tad rad. 
atlractlra gift tar lba tittle girl . 


BOAT KIT—Lam au than tie make-font- d JQ 
awn Mta. HMD vtciary, Qawa Mary -. 1 •*• 


PLATTtSn EXPRESS—Poll alana, plaalia 4 JQ 
train. Lace., taadar, ear aad aabanaa .. I a* 9 


PLUSH ANIMALS—Roll phah badlaa with vinyl 

farm Mankey, dwsa. aata 4 SQ 

aad Usaxa _ —I a*9 


al I yam Buka. 

4 Jfi 

I a*9 


SUBSKA TACUUM RAGS— 
Ta fit moat madala . .. 


2*n.49 


LI WIT TACUUM BAGS— 


I PB. RB LUXB LAMBS WOOL PARS. PLUS 1 
F» FELT FADS OB 1 PR. d 4A 

■TEEL WOOL PARS ___I.*9 


RECORD CARET* «• CASH—Baida SS 

U-na.'i. Bub _____ 


LEETKOBTAT BRCOBD CLEANER— i 4 4A 
The aridtaal raaard claaalng kit Bach .. I a* 9 


14 x 11 , IBM. IMS. SSsld. IdnSI 


3f.r1.49 


BLANKET STTLH FILTERS 


AM O* BECOBDEEB —_ £ for I •* 9 

Waadward'a Apphanaa Acaaamrta., Saaaad Flaar 


MATS — Fro tact yaur Dear with thaaa quality 
mate 9 4 JQ 

Papular coloura . — £ tar I a* 9 

■EAT BELT RETRACTORS—Kaaoi ml 4 JQ 

baita elaoa and Udy -I •* 9 

M1BB0B—Gbrama bad; mount mirror 4 JQ 

far risk! or left aids _ I a* 9 

ROOSTER CABLE—4 ft. aluminum aabla Oood 
alia hatury clip*. 4 JQ 

flood winter protection I a* 9 

NINETTE—Dull abacrhlng paUxhar 4 4Q 
Which claim aa It paUahaa .... — I a*9 
BET CASE—4-hoak plaatla hay caaa with 4 JQ 
built-la keyhole light aad nenltght battery. I •* 9 
CRAM Oil—flan ulna Brltlah cod oil 4 JQ 
fanned cbamola I a*9 

JOHNSON'S AUTO WAX BUT—Cleaner 4 JQ 
sod soltah with appHnater . I .* 9 

Waadward'a Aata Acreaaarlea, Main Ftawr 


LAMPS and SHADES 


CLIP-ON SHADES— 4 4Q 

AUracUra calapra. lash I a*9 

BOUDOIR LAMPS — Plaatla moulded boudalr 
lam pa with amor ted aolaarad ahadaa. 4 4 Q 
Raeh _ ___I a* 9 

BALLERINA 1RADRS—Completely waahahla In 

popular * 4 JQ 

eotoun - £ for l.*B 

BEEHIVE TV LAMPS—Aaaortad aalottfs 4 JQ 
with plaatle beahtvp abadaa. Each I a* 9 

Waadward'a Lampa and Shadea, laiand Flaar 


MEN'S WEAR 


MENS BLACK UMBRELLAS—Blark are- 4 JQ 
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8 Sally (ColrnitHl Victoria, B.C., Sue., Oct. 17, 1S6S 


BACKSTAGE 

with 

Patrick O’Neill 


When you see a well-staged dance number In Vic- 
toia, chances are the work has been shaped by the 
training of Bebe Eversfleld. I , .. M , ' 


The active and versatile 
teacher of Theatrical Arta 
Studio ia about to add to her 
work load, with an assignment 
a< dance director of the murical 
The Boy Friend. 

Bebe’a coaching and direction 
Is the quiet factor in much stage 
work here, from movement in a 
Shakespearean comedy to dance 
numbers In modem musicals. 

The Boy Friend opens at the 
McPherson Playhouse, Feb. 3 
and runs for a weekend and a 
week, and Bebe will manage a 
chorus of four boys and four 
girls through seven major pro¬ 
duction numbers. 

Stuart Baker is directing the 
show for Bastion Theatre, but 


Bastion artistic bead Peter Man- 
nering says "in many ways, 
Bebe must do the real directing 
job." 

It’s just another In a train of 
challenges for Bebe. 

Between February and July of 
this year her dance direction 
was used !n these ways: 

In the Bru beck-pattern dance 
Then and Now in Light Up!; 
dramatic movement set to 
speeches In the Yeets Festival; 
several numbers In the Minstrel 
Show; her studlo’a own show¬ 
case April Mdody: The Merry 
Widow; The Smile Show; 
Butchart Gardens revue. Just 
for Fun: period dances and 
movement coaching in the 
Renaissance Festival of the 
University. 


Stars of New Film IS ever Meet 

Life Hangs by Lord 


Interest Grows 


Bebe took over the studio five 
years ago when she and her 
husband, a navy officer, 
returned from Ottawa. 

I asked, is Interest in the 
dance growing in Canada, and 
particularly in Victoria* 

"Vary definitely! It's growing 
tn every field. 

"We ere seeing more ballet 
companies In Canada as the 
country grows and right here in 
Victoria interest in the dance is 
growing as interest ia the 
theatre increases." 

Bebe said there are mare 
cam panics doing/both classical 
end musical dance work In 


Canada now than ever before. 

What are the chief problems 
of a dance Instructor* 

"Men. I don’t know what it 
it about male dancers, as soon 
u they've had a few lessons 
they think they’re Nijinsky, and 
go off to set Canada end the 
States on fire. 

"They always fly the coop, 
and of course they fail because 
they haven’t had enough train¬ 
ing." 

But 4w says she has aModient j 
pnw pec ta smug the young men I 
now taktog dance U n king , and! 
lour men hr The Boy Friend 
chorus wiB be top dancers. 


Poitier 


Kaypers 

LONDON (DPI)—Comedies 

Daaay Kaye hae accepted aa 
larltatioe to coaled the Loa- 
dea Philharmonic Orchestra 
at the Albert Hall Beat year 
for a benefit perfor m a nce . 

Kayo win load the onto airs 
Feb. IB with the proceeds sf 
the perform sacs going to Ike 
Loadea Philharmonic Orches¬ 
tra appeal fsad. Tickets range 
from I 1 .M to fl«T. 


By PHILIP K. SCHEl ER 

' LOS ANGELES (LAT)—Anne Bancroft end Sidney 
Poitier, co-stars of The Slender Thread, never meet In the 
picture from beginning to end. 

That's what the script calls for. 

It ail takes place In less than an hour, and Miss Ban¬ 
croft and Poitier are at opposite ends Of the same tele¬ 
phone line—the slender thread. Sixty-five pages of dia¬ 
logue, broken by flashbacks and the frantic efforts of 
police and other agencies to locate and save the woman. 
She has taken an overdose of berblturatee. 

After taking them she calls Seattle’s crisis clinic, which 
ia for real. The woman the picture ie about Is for reel 
too, having been the subject of a national magazine article 
last year In which she was identified only at Nell J. Thus 
Stirling SiUiphant’s screenplay is compounded of fact as 
well as fiction. 

* * * 

The man who answer* the phone, Poitier. is called Alan 
Newell and he Is an anthropology student who works as 
a volunteer at the crisis clinic. It is he who must set in 
motion the forces which wiU lead, Heaven willing, to the 
woman in time to save her life. 

On the set I visited at Paramount, Poitier paced the 
floor, wire* trailing, speaking Into the phone—pleading, 
expostulating, trying to lead her on for cluee, anything 
to keep her from banging up. 

Mbs Bancroft alternated between reading her responses 
just off-ecreen and back In her dressing room, an actual 
connection having been eatabIMied. 

Both stars are academy sward winners—he for Lillies 
of the Field and she for The Miracle Worker. In 1964 
Miss Bancroft handed Pettier hie Oscar. 


When I asked producer Stephen Alexander how he 
had come to oast Poitier as the volunteer worker^ he said. 
"Well, we needed a superb actor, which Sidney ia, and we 
felt a Negro explaining the meaningfulness of life would 
add a dramatic dimension to the picture.’’ 

The real Nell J., with her husband and two children, 
visited the company on location. Reports Mlsa Bancroft: 

"She seemed to be very inside of herself. She spoke 
softly—I can use that. I asked her what she waa thinking 
about when she tried to take her life. She came up with 
things that were so terrible they made my images seem 
totally unimportant Than I had to dig within myself lor 
more important images” 

Nell J., riie added, now leads a pleasant well adjusted 
life. *1 wish ell true storiee had such happy endings.” 


Bancroft 

Even Reds 


Charming Play 

_ ef the changing times. 

Lacking Pace rz.TrSz?,*, 


La Scala’s La Boheme 

At Royal 
This Week 


Girls No Problem 


And she wil have no problem 
with girls. 

"Three girls have bare Into 
Ing at the studto and have done 
cabaret work to increase theta 
onfldnet. They have iko had 
arekv Inns. 


"X have eight girts who ootid 
do the rotas wed. My arty con¬ 
cern is how to choose the tour’’’ 

The boy Friend pw e an ta a 
special problem because the 
right dance performers ere not 
just a chorus, they are kxK- 
**vetoata, who moat sot independ¬ 
ently and together. 

Mr. Hmeikg arid The Boy 
Frtand will probably feature two 
drear matinees, Wedn e s da y and 
Saturday, with shows at six and 
nine p.m. on three rights. 

He Is to the rest, jdaytog tin 


father of a poor little rich gtr! 
who Is afntid to bare a boy 
friend, because he m igh t be 
after her money. 

Va ns a re Lax ptaye the girl. 
Harry Hdi play* the fattier of 
the boy friend. The bay hre 
not yet been osrt. 

★ ★ * 

A group af play-reedtags start¬ 
ing Oct If at t pm. ht St 
John's Part* Hal, Ooiwood. will 
be n. re re ad by the recently 
farmed Cbunlry Church Pta y res 
to Cbfwood. 

Mrs. G. Chambera ta preat- 
dent, Mrs. W. K. Bfctanora la 
■earetory. , 

* * * 

The DC Drama Aeaoatationi 
1967 o n e act play fi i ti li' i a ta will 

be Eraklatt to Criadta plays, as 

pert of oorilBnal abearance. 


Ttwre are many reasons why 
Victorian eeimtX get to see ^a 
Scale offer the great Puccini 
operas “live” in Milan but tots 
week they will be able to do the 
next beet thing when the Royal 
Theatre presents La Boheme. 

* ★ ★ 

Four performance will be 
given of the technicolor film that 
stars Gianni Raimondi as 
Rodolfo, Mirella Fmti os IBml 
sad Adrians Martino as Mueetta. 

The La Soala o r ch estra is 
wider toe direction of Herbert 
von Karajan, probably the 
greatest conductor of opera 
working today. 

it * ★ 

lYw film will open with a 
matinee performance at 2:00 
p.m., Wedreeday and an eve¬ 
ning showing at 1:30 p.m. The 
same schedule will be repeated 
Thursday. 


■tin scene ierlag Hire of La Babes 


Organ 

Great 

Coming 

Those who appreciate organ 
music will have an opparttmlty 
of hearing Simon Preston in 
Christ Church Cathedral on 
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. 

Mr. Preston has been de¬ 
scribed as the foremost player 
of bU feneration and holds the 
poet of auborganist at Westmin¬ 
ster Abbey. 

He has studied at the Royal 
Academy of Music and at 
King’s College, Cambridge. 

His Victoria conocrt will in¬ 
clude works by Bach, Lie*. 
Hindemith and Britten. 

Mr. Preston had the distinc¬ 
tion of being choeen to play 
for the wedding of Princess 
Alexandra and at the conaecra- 
fa<xi of Guildford Cathedra]. 


FEWER ICNTERA SUCCEED 
Moose hunters in Ontario in 
3964 killed 13,818 animals, com¬ 
pared with 13,374 the year 
before. 


Preston 


I 

SUNDAY 


2:30 p.m.—PUBLIC 
8:15 p.m.—PUBLIC 


New World 
Series Set 

Adult education departmmt of 
Greater Victoria School Board 
Is presenting the film series The 
World Arotasd Us with seven 
eotor motion pictures tots *erm. 

The seven, to be shown at Oak 
Boy Junior High t p.m. rightly, 


South Viet Nam, Oct. 27, 23; 
Arab World, Nov. 28, 17; Puerto 
Rico; Jan. 21 . 22; India, Mon¬ 
soon Mosaic, Feb. 11, 12; Afri¬ 
ca's Vanishing WDderoe re , 
March H. 12; Trekkk* the ra¬ 
ttan Border, April 13.11; Utn- 
00*1 Os Monde, May f, 7. 


Flamenco Music 
Next Pop Trend? 


By E. D. WARD HAS RIB 

Pace! Pace! Facet Use very J 
resanoa of Mery, Mery, which 
opened at Langham Court The¬ 
atre last right, ta pace. 

And this was lacking, eapeel- 
aly in the first act 

Jean Kerr's delightful sophisti¬ 
cated penthouse oomedy Is brim- ' 
fuH of joyous wit and humor. ' 
The dialogue ta evarythtog. Hie ; 
actors are really only mouth- ' 
pieoes tor Mrs. Kwt’s tine* and ' 
should be almost unobtatadva. 

Two things are asked of them: 1 
That they should maintain the 
pace demanded of a slick com¬ 
edy, end that they should enun- 
date clearly. 

DICTION PROBLEM 

The pace of Victoria Theatre 
Guild’* prvmcti m can be tpd-:k- 
ened, but the diction, particu¬ 
larly of one. key member of the 
cast, srdi bs mere dlltloult to 
remedy. 

Carol yi Stephen eon, a* Mary, 
ta delightful hi the star role. She 
is right In the akin of the char¬ 
acter and dominates the play. 
She pareed on to the eudlwtce 
every deHctoaa word af dialogue 
with clarity and me arin g. Whet’s 
mare, aha obviously loved and 
lived her role. 

WORDS 'BAIRN* 

As ttw aging Hollywood actor. 
Gem Hewlett played the part 
tor all he eras Wusih, but tended 
to “at** Ha words, and waa also 
guilty of slowing the action. As 
an aging Rosnaa, Us part call* 
tor greatar suavity. 

Douglas BUgrave ia ttw small¬ 
ish rate as the lawyer, sad Sandy 
Evans as Mary's a o nr ereo r . were 


HOLLYWOOD CAP) — Movie 
composer Dimitri Ttomtan pre¬ 
dicts that Flamenco will replace 
rock ’n’ roll as the next Hg 
trend ia pop music. Says Ttota- 
kia: 

“Rock *n* roll got ttw kids 
buying guitars, but Flamenco, 
which fare a beat, utilizes ttw 
guitar in a more intelligent 
fashion. 

j “There are literally thousands 
of kids who have leaned the 


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guitar in tw last few years, and 
the butinere of playing ttw renw 
act of chords over and over are 
not challenge enough. 

"They can step ip on 
their instrument wtth Sperish 
rhyttxna.” 


FALL and WINTER 

ICE SKATING 

PROGRAM 

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FAMILY SKATING 

2:88 to 4:88 P .m. 

PUBLIC SKATING 

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adequate, abhough Mr. 81a- 
grave stowed the action by pon¬ 
tificating when ttw script call* 
tor lightness. 

In the only other fat pert of 
ttw play, Edmurd Ironside a* 
the husband,- committed the car¬ 
dinal aina of mumbling and over¬ 
acting. His futile expenditure of 
energy in esvorting about the 
■taga could be put to better use 
ia good delivery. 

CBABKbfO PLAY 
Mary, Mary will continue all 
tttis week and tt to to be hoped 
that ttw fault* will be ironed out 
before the next performance, be¬ 
came this i* a charming play, 
a joyous Mt of nonsense to suit 
the sopfaiaticetod palate. 

The set to pleasing and Mlu 
Stephenson’# costumes becom¬ 
ing. 

This production Is well worth 
seeing. Good entertainment to 
while away an evening. 

NORTH BREEZES 

A nice couple from the 
mainland gazed from our 
poo bride dining room during 
one of our murkier days. 

"Staw reins here a tot— 

I guess," says the man. 

We took the positive ap¬ 
proach: 

"Average hoars af height 
reaehlre la Victoria, L 8 T 7 . 
Average la Fort tic John W 
MM. la “—* H Wm 
MR. la Varerever It's 
1 tits’ and Oflver, le the 
eaaay Okanagan hae aa 
average af Lit*- 

"By golly. Victoria anrt 
of sets the pace for B.C," 
said the man. 

We Just smiled a# we 
tucked away the booklet we 
got from the B.C depart¬ 
ment of agriculture:. 

The fiwfemrr ia alwage 
right wfwn he comes to 
IMPERIAL for dining. 

A ★ A 

IMPERIAL ealetee to re¬ 
tiring Oak Bay police cbtef 
Bah Sndto; to city eowatahia 
Tad Hamer, loavteg to be a 
Hrewr: to T. A. MUchell. 




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.MOSCOW (UP!) — signs 
#f the changing times. 

The official Soviet aevi 
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Prague the opeelag of the 
mcoad laternatloeal Jam fes¬ 
tival. 

It said II jass ercheetrea 
aad sol elite from Poland, Ro¬ 
mania, Oseeboalovakla, Yago- 
alavta aad the Soviet Ualoa 
were partinlpattog along with 
Jammee from the Catted 
Shhi, Belgium, Praam, West 
Germany aad Switzerland. 

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Research Described , Jio a Critic, Too! 

Author Brings jXyjjl I’H Be Listening 

Michelangelo K£5r*j For Restraint J 

Back to Life" 

Stona'* uni Til* i|u| ami Tfca Scitaaj baa baaa Bill lata a 
aaollaa plrtara, atarrlat Charltaa Baalas >•< In Harrlaaa. It will ba 
praaiarad la BtUjaMi aa Wadnaaday. 

By IRVING STONE 

HOLLYWOOD (Special) — How does one make 
the tremendous leap backward, almost 500 years in 
time, to re-create another age? 

How docs one make living, breathing, suffering and joyous 
contcm|X>raries out of people like Michelangelo, Buonarroti, I-o- 
renzo de Medici, Pope Julius II, who lived in the 15th and 16th 
centuries? Make them more recognizable, more intensely human 
than the people who actually surround us in our everyday lives? 

This was my major task in writing The Agony and The 
Ecstasy. It I could not bring the age vividly to life and give it 
contemporary vitality, the reader (and subsequently the fllrngoer) 
would not be able or willing to identify with Michelangelo, or live 
out his life in the Renaissance. 

Let’s take the physical world of 1488, for example, the year 
In which 12-year-old Michelangelo moved into Florence with his 
family from his birthplace In Settlgnano. 

The house still stands, and is totally unchanged from Michel¬ 
angelo's day. 1 Yet no Michelangelo researcher, in all the hundreds 
of books that have been written about him. bothered to visit the 
Michelangelo apartment. i 

I became friends with the terials and methods by means of---— *»v- ^ ln ^ orchestra 

family now living Ihere and which an author atempts to compartment. ^ during ^ movement HOLLYWOOD (CP) - First 

went back a dozen times with bring to life another age, and ri rtoist „ the A weak 8oWBt can ao that they leave us something the sideburns. Now the guitar, 

measuring rod. notebook for .group of people "howcuM ^ submerged in the orchestra to enjoy at the end. I ""hither Elvis? 

sketching and camera so that otherwise hve only In dtocwwec- Py while a stronger personality can Brahms has proven a defigbt Elvis Presley in the movie he 

I became intimately acquainted ted documents and dusty sr- destroy the duet. to the musicologists and p*y- Is making now—Hawaiian Para 

with every inch of space, who chives. _j * * * __________________ chologisto who are thrilled to dise—sings 10 songs but doesn t 

used K, and for what purposes delve totn his totrotmecticn and P^y a guitar in one. 


Tlailll (CitlmttRl Victoria, B.C., Sun., Oct. 17, 1965 


I’ll Be Listening 

lty WILLIAM THOMAS W~to « 

Tlxise' who delight in second ■‘to OoT I* O 11*1T 

guessing the critics enjoy the vFJ. 

pleasantest terms of reference 

kor unless they are brave -— 

enough to jxit their feelings on A IT - _ • 

paper for the record there is /I ||H R fl T P (TY U I 1 fill 
little that can be said m re- iB.HU. .Ill |/V/toll. ClllLFll 
buttal. I 

In order to set the record 

straight this week I am offering Rudojf Seririn tends to domin-1 to see If you score the perform- 
a brief resume of my persona! ate ^ ^ performances while ance as I do. 
sooresheet for this second pair | Artur Rubinstein is able to tread There Is no question but that 
of concerts offered by the Vic- ^ delicate line that makes for other factors, need to be con- 
fort a Symphony. j complete integration with grace j sidered, but in the overall pic- 

MAJOR WORK and balance. 1 ture I feel these points are the 

In the interests of brevity let -j- 0 provide the fullest emo- most Important. You may not 
us concentrate on the major |tiooa | and mus i ca ] satisfaction, agree. However, we shall hear 
c-Morin*. Johannes Brahms' fon-!^, then is a* dominant char-i'«lay- 
certo for piano and orchestra ac teristic 

” Naturally, in an expowtory art __ . 

r ° the enunciation of the first state- V.llllK 

Wood as Bokxst. , * I Hi IV19 

By offering my terms ot ref- m€nt ,s crltlca1 ’ 
erence in advance you may BIG RESPONSIBILITY I j-jr 

want to make your assessment Brahms has thrust a heavy, EidJl&S 

along the same lines, but the responsibility on the soloist in | ™ 

ponlMlties are infinite In a »he first movement. Maestoso, j -r j 

subjective art. i to. unless the pianist can hold fj 

To cover the three movements something to reserve the re- » 

In a word there must be total malnder of the wflrk comes as 1 • 

integration. This is a work that something at an-anti-cllmax. (rllltflT 

some critics have labelled an w> gSould {or a 
orchestral work with piano ac- ^ in both u* orchestra 

compartment, Hnt . HOLLYWOOD (CP) - First 


Elvis 

Hangs 

I/p 

Guitar 


destroy the duet. 


Brahms has proven a defcgbt Elvis Presley in the movie he 
to the musicologists and psy- t* making now—Hawaiian Para 
chologfata who are thrilled to disc—sings 10 songs but doesn’t 
delve into his Introspection andlP^Y a guitar in one. 
troubled life tor clues to his “People seem to think I’m 
musical personality. married to the guitar but the 

Tovey, In his essays, tears truth is I’m not very good at 
down the musical engine into it," says Old Swivel Hips, 
its component parts but still I OCCUPIES HANDS 


“For me the guitar has just 


I , r , ,| a-* . ti SUBS ■■ iws lua UBIIIKI us univuivui§ vre. iua irovcia »rct» wrui iwu* b/ ~ 

stone of which toe Ftorenttoel He ^ ^ p, eu donym of intrigue have convinced some new book and. incidentally, the <* popularity. 


palaces were built. The *«• 
were Michelangelo’* earliest 
playmates. 


I about to hurt him. 


During his early years, from Cold and the current The Look- accused him during his visit immense success tost threat' 
six to 10, when Michelangelo lug-Glass War. here. Cornwall's reply: “If I ened to overwhelm his life and 


to be oom-i 


should have been to school, he _ 

was working with this peasant 
family, being taught the alpha¬ 
bet of stone carving. 

During his later, troubled 
yean, when Michelangelo was 
ordered by Pope Leo X to open 
the marble quarries to Pietre- 
santa. and no disgruntled Car- 
rarese quarrier would help Mm, 

It was Ms childhood Maid from 
toe stonecutter family who, at 
great personal sacrifice, went 
Into toe Apuan Alps with Michel¬ 
angelo to open the staggeringly 
dangerous quarry et Monte 
Altissimo. 

IT S EASY! 

How to reconstruct this fatn- 
Cy of stonecutters? Bring it to 
life, mother, father, eons, all 
cMppkig blocks of building 
stone and working their farm 
for food, when even ha name is 
lost in toe mist of history? 

Easy. Rent a house within _ 

Walking distance of the Buanar- BRIGITTE 

toti villa and toe adjoining ^ # 

stonecarver’s hum. Spend days. 

weeks, months, walking their si c ■ • 

fields, bathing to the* creek Exhibitors Have Spoken l 

helping to harvest the#r crops, 

ir-am how to carve atone from ___ 9 m — 

toe many oumcarver families KVtl/PlfF/) § Iff/ 

of the neighborhood who Hve. All UflllC O L/Mlj 

dress, eat and work exactly as ^ 

did Michekmgeio'i adopted fam- __ m w B 

>Lt u.v E Rosemary s In ! 

Michelangelo'■ brat love as a 

youth was Corteaaina de’ Me- HOLLYWOOD (CNSl — The 
dici. Michelangelo lived as a Brigitte Bardot look is on the 
son in IL MagMfico’a palace way out. The trend Is all toward 
wMle apprenticed to Lorenzo Rosemoy Forsyth, 
de' Medici's sculpture garden. Murmurs of discontent about 
Michelangelo was 14 or 15, the BB image began to filter 
Oontessina a year or two along the theatrical grapevine 
yotnger. What we know about several months ago and began 
her from the recorded docu- to leak out when 20th Century- 
menta comes from a later Fox put out a picture called 
period, around 1515, when she Dear Brigitte, 
served aa official hostess In The Innocuous Idea of this 
r ^ 1>e fo*" he r br other Giovanni modest comedy was that a 
de’ Madid, Pope l*o X, Most young lad who has genius ten- 
Impoctacrt to her deathbed Mato- dencles as a mathematician 
ment made to her sens: secretly worships Miss Bardot. 

“You must always treat Mich- Foot discovers to Its regret that 
elangelo Buonarroti with the few patrons shared the boy's 
respect due a father.' sentiments. 

WHAT WAR IT LIKE? * * * 

How to bring to life the lm- Now, the Bardot bubble 
perloui, Hthe, beautiful young appears to have burst com- 
ContesanaT What was It like for pletely with exhibitors writing 
these two alert, high-spirited, letters in trade magazines say- 
albelt innocent youngsters llv- ing adamantly that they will not 
lng together in the Medici Pal- book another Bardot picture, 
ace after her mother’s death, ^ _ 

and with her father away most R°~mary Fcnyth ground 
of the time? swell, meanwhile, has appeared 

We learn a good deal about £*02% 

their relationship from a hither- 

_A a ____ _ ln but cne motion picture, 

‘ Shenandoah, and already exhi- 

to Lorenzo who was away Uk- h " 

ing the baths. ,Ur * "* year ' 

Hnu ww know ™* I* ■ significant point be- 

HOW WE KNOW cause exhibitor, rarely give 

The most controversial love honors to a performer for send- 
affair in Michelangelo’, life, raental reataDB _ jh^y .« think- 
and the only one that was purely , ng primarily of one issue: Don 
physical was that with dar- brlng lines to the bo* office? 
lssa, In Bologna. Miss Forsyth and Miss Bardot 

How do we know there was a r^^nt the opposite poles of 
beautiful courtesan in Bologna femininity, 
with whom Michelangelo fell ’ . . 

passionately In love? Archivist * ■* 

Aldo Fortune of Florence was Whereas la Bardot suggests 
the first to point this out to me: * n emotional heat wave, Miss 
Two sonnets written by Mich- Forsyth is coolness personified, 
elangelo while in Bologna, des- Rosemary Forsyth comes) 
cribing the girl in the most from Montreal. She was doing 
intimate and voluptuous of modelling In New York when 
terms. officials of Universal spotted 

These are but four examples her two years ago. No^ she’s 
out of 4,000 or 5,000, of the mi- heading for the big time. 


elgn service employee In Ham-1 ^ lhe improved wrxjdwirvd 
burg earning about 16,000 a i ^ ^ bralt 

year Today he 1* an interna- lhou , d Md ^ ^ . 

tional celebrity, incorporated ^ lUins , wU , hav( . a prxyblfm 

ln * cro “ the roam 

SZ STj^SSi lhm " “’*• «* p‘“»- 

"As tar as the money aspect WE RHAIX HEAR 
is concerened, I set up the ma- In summary, I feel this major 
chlnery to take ear* of it—and work calls for Integration and 
now I live ln ignorance of what restraint. It will be Interesting 
goes on,” Cornwall explained. ^ —-- 


jEMS“ 

“W«rH WitbMt S«i w 

la C*tar 

Tfta tolfar hut* Wlaatas 
DmimiU'I al aa SipaSIliaa 
Kulartaa latua af 
Wa Saa 

SSOROSY AT t:« 


ROSEMARY 


Needless to say, his financial 
affairs are better managed than 
when he was a newcomer to the 
field of bigtime literary proper¬ 
ties. The Spy was sold to Para¬ 
mount fur $35,000. 

SEEMED LARGE 

That seemed like a fortune at 
the time, since It amounted to 
six times his annua! salary. But 
the sum appeared less approp¬ 
riate when he learned that Rich¬ 
ard Burton was to receive J750,- 
000 plus 10 per cent of the gross 
for enacting Corawall'i tale. 

Cornwall discount* the loss of 
privacy as a danger to a suc¬ 
cessful author; he finds he can 
move with freedom in London, 
and he maintains the same cir¬ 
cle of friends. But he admitted 
that his standard of living has 
changed and as a novelist he 
no longer observes " the minute¬ 
ness of human companionship 
and inconvenience, such as a 
bus ride.” 


■RK STARTS MONDAY 

ROMANTIC — COMEDY — ADVENTURE 

“The Truth About Spring” 


■karris* 

HAYLET MILLS - 4AMES MaiARTHUR 
JOHN MILLS - LIONEL JEFFRIES 

• FILMED IN TECHNICOLOR • 

Fine British Cast Helps Hay ley Get Off to a 
Good Start In Her First Romantic Role 
PI as News and Excellent Short 
“PACIFIC PARADISE” In Color 

Door* C:45 Complete Show* 7:M, |:N 
Feature 7:24, »:» 

AdaJts 75c Students 5#c Children Uc 
■ SIM OAK BAY AVENUE 


MAURICE EVANS JUDITH ANDERSON 


FAMOUS ARTISTS 

1965-1986 CONCERT SERIES 

5 OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS 

Pitts Exciting “Extra” Events 

* LKS GRANDS BALLETS CANADIENS— Direct from 
triumph* in Kirov and Leningrad. Full corps de 
ballet—Company of 60, Orchestra of 23. 

* NICOLAI PETROV — brilliant 19 year-old Russian 
prodigy! Winner of the Van Clibum Award last year. 
He is destined to be one of the world’s most renowned 
pianists. 

A VIENNA CHOIR BOYS—the moat beloved choir ever 
to tour North America. They need no Introduction 
to the audiences ln Victoria who love them. 

♦ BETTY PHILLIPS—popular Canadian soprano; star 
of the Vancouver Opera Association, C.B.C. Tele¬ 
vision; in a program from her varied repertoire of 
open, classics and folk music. 

♦ BORIS GUTNIKOV—the great Russian violinist wa* 
a fabulous success in Montreal where he made his 
Canadian debut. 

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cuss the p«*>le who lived back F TUftl 11UUUUJ UP tiFIPfimj musical personality. married to the guitar but the 

to those days, and about whom Tovey. in his essays, tears truth is I'm not very good at 

we have only a few receded down the musical engine into it,” say* Old Swivel Hips. 

^ n /7 . _ e . 1\M w* g~\ w*wb B |1/y m m 1%/W x~w wb fYfi L? its com P° n * n t P art * hut still occupies hands 

Irir • Cornwall manages 

_ _ . . _ _ ™ 
stonecutter family living across rWl W m V ifHamlet to shreds but EM* myt i he i* vtrtoajly 

toe ravine from the Buonarrotis, # Q f fl/| tit ^5 UCC6SS nM y ™ tver * dd ■" to the 

of whom the mother wet-nuraed M X W I X W to to # to ^ M-LULUD enjo^nent of the pisy. which he long has been identi 

Michelangelo when his own fied 

mother became ih. What do we HOLLYWOOD (API—How to His real name is David Com- wrote a book about prostitutes, _ , . He now geto 11,000,000 a pic- 

actually know about them? enJoy SUCC eis without being cap- wall; he is 34. sandy-haired and it wouldn’t necessarily follow , **** “ * * rea1 ture against 50 per cent o the 

PLAYMATES tured by it: That's the problem welk*poken, a former civil ser- that I ran a brothel." C “1 gross, which ranks him along- 

™ _ met and apparently conquered vant in the British foreign ser- The author is subjected to ^ he calied an audience plearer, side Elizabeth Taylor as the 

The fa *er and toree ^ John la rice. His literary alias and the such badinage during a three- for l \ h “ taken clree tsicen- highest-paid movie stars, 

dressed the pMxa *erens. the ^ |g ^ ^ nam ^rincing detail of his novel, week U45. tour to promote his Ior gain any So giving up the guiUr isn l 


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BITCHAUT GARDENS—0(>en daily 9 a.m. to dusk. 
Ever changing, always lovely as the seasons come and 
go. Particularly beautiful this autumn. Be sure to see 
them now! Continuous coffee bar service. Should it 
shower, don't worry. Free use of umbrellas. Sheltered 
by the surrounding hills, the gardens are delightfully 
pleasant 

COWICHAN VALLEY FOREST MUSEUM — Ride the 
Narrow Gauge Steam Railway and see the valuable 
collection of historic locomotives, equipment and 
vehicles all ln 20 acres of parkland. One mile north of 
the city of Duncan on the Trans-Canada Highway. Open 
weekends only' until further notice. 

“DOUGLAS” GOLF DRIVING RANGE—9-Hole Pitch 
and Putt, and Archery Range. Everyday till 10 p.m. 
DOUGLAS PUTT PUTT—Miniature golf on Cansda* 
quality course; Fun and amusement for the Tamlly. 

ROYAL LONDON WAX MUSEUM in the Crystal Gar 
den. A must In Victoria. And now the “Pieta"—after 
Michalangelo’s famous sculpture re-created life-size In 
wax. Over 100 Josephine Tussaud- wax figures. They 
seem alive. See the Ht.ll of Famous People! Animated 
Enchanted Fairyland; The Chamber of Horrors. See 
famous agent 007 James Bond. Open daily 9 a.m. to 
10:30 p.m.; Sundays. 12 noon to 10:30 p m. Operated by 
London Wax Museum Ltd., call 38S4461. 

HOOKE HARBOUR HOUSE—By the sea overlooking 
the snow-capped Olympics, 24 miles southwest of Vic¬ 
toria on Whlffen Spit Road off Sooke Road. Open all 
year. Gourmet dinners served In dining lounge. Teas 
and lunches. Visitors welcome to enjoy the gardens, 
beach area and boat launch. Reservations, 472-5613. 

SPENCER CASTLE AND ROCK GARDENS—Located 
at 2906 Cook St., lust 2 blocks north of Hillside Ave. 
Rain or shine you 11 enjoy the conducted tour through 
Spencer Castle from the rich panelling and exquisite 
crystal chandeliers to the spectacular view from the top 
of the tower. Open daily 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 384-1243. 

UNDERSEA GARDEN! Descend under the aea Itself! 
R'-mtiTui sea plumes anemones flcwers of the sea! 
Octopuses, sharks, wolf eel, skin-divers! An ideal birth¬ 
day treat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except Saturday 10 
a.m. to 9 p.m. 


TUESDAY — NO FILM SHOW MONDAY 


■— down the musical engine into it,” says Old Swivel Hips. 

Mr. Cornwall Manages 
To Live with Success 

fied, 

HOLLYWOOD (API—How to His real name is David Com- wrote a book about prostitutes, A He nosv $1,000,000 a pic- 

enjoy success without being cap- wall; he is 34. sandy-haired and it wouldn’t neceisartiy follow , **** “ * ** * rea1 tur * against 50 per cent o the 

hired by it: That's the problem welUpoken, a former civil serv that I ran a brothel." ^ C “ hard ' wMA rank, him along- 

met and apparently conquered vant in the British foreign ser- The author i* subjected to hecaHed an audience pleaser, ride Elizabeth Taylor as the 
by John la Carre. vice. His literary alias and the such badinage during a three- J™ - It has taken close to a cerv highest-paid movie stars. 


the listener. A fair compariron ^ §ome|hillg ‘o do with my 
cm be drawn to the Bradley hand , and beat ^ with . 

essays on Shakespeare which _ . _ „ 

tear Hamlet to shred, but '* “J 

really never add an tot. to the a ^ nd< * dn * the imtrmnen vdth 
enjoyment of the play. JjJJch he loo « hal ^ Wcnti 

NOT A ■FLEAJEK He ^ gtU jj ooo.OOO a pic- 

The work Is a source of great, ture against 50 per cent of the 
j interest to pianists but can hard- gross, which ranks him atong- 


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on his books, which Include last of the more literal-minded that! film of The Spy Who Came in I «*n recall only two perform B!G business 

year’s sensational best-seller he is a spy. from the Cold. The trip is one *nces in Lzxvkn just after the j t may guitar busi- 

The Spy Who Came in from the A television interviewer so of his few concessions to the war, neither well attended. neM though. The American Mu- 

-. ■■ ... .. _... . Room Wood *“ *■ 1 - 


sic Corporation says 7.000.0001 


here. Cornwall's reply: “If I ened to overwhelm his life and mended for tackling such a con- Americans now play the guitar 

___ career during the last year. for Ills homecoming debut and A MC gives Elvis a great 

BIG CHANGE rather than a safe potboiler from dcaJ * credlt for o* gulUr 

one of the Russians. . 

Two year* agn he was ■ foi^ From orchestral stand-1 _ 


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carta for Ills homecoming debut and AMC E lvi. a great 

rather than a safe potboiler from dea] credlt far the guitar 


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$8,000 for Appeal 


Dockyard 

Doubles 

Donations 


Civilian employees at HMC 
Dockyard. Esquimait. have 
mort than doubled their Iasi 
year's donations to the United 
Appeal — and they are still 
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" VICTORIA 

5TORE TO OPEN SOON 


Mr. A. M'. (Al) Hatter, President of Hammond 
Furniture Mfg. Ltd., today announced the further 
development of their rapidly expanding "Factory to- 
You” furniture operation. 

A new branch with a floor area of approximately 
14.000 aq. ft. on two floors will be opened at 716 
Johnson Street, Victoria, EC., in early November. This 
store will be one of the most modem Home Furnishing 
stores in Western Canada. It will be equipped to show 
and sell all types of furniture and floor coverings. The 
store will be managed by Mr. Merv Home, present 
manager of their Nanaimo branch. 

Hammond Furniture Mfg. Ltd. la a wholly owned 
and operated EC. company and has been established in 
Vancouver for over 55 years. 


More than 18.000 has been col¬ 
lected so far this campaign as 
opposed to under $4,000 last 
year. 

Before the start of Ihe cam¬ 
paign this year Commodore 
Battles spoke to more than 1.500 
of the personnel In various 
groups throughout the yard. 


Personnel officer Douglas Nel¬ 
son la coordinator for the United 
Appeal at the dockyard. 


Watch a Young Man 
Who’s Bound to Go Places 


N c wspaperboy s have a 
habit and tradition of mov¬ 
ing ahead and reaching the 
top. Leaders in every busi¬ 
ness and profession have 
come from their ranks. 

That’* bicause a news¬ 
paper carrier-salesman 
learns to ahoulder responsi¬ 
bilities by running his own 
business. He learns the 
thrill of profits, the impor¬ 
tance of good service, the 
discipline of keeping finan¬ 
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thrift. 

So a good boy to know 
and to follow as he matures 
is the youngster who deliv¬ 
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He has the makings of a 
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THE DAILY COLONIST 

CtrculattaB Dept, 
sail Do eg tea St, 

Victoria, EC. 

Yet. I would like to know how 1 can qualify for a 
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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR 

An International Dally Newspaper 
On Sale at the 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 

ISIS Broad Street 


Mall This Coupon 
Today for Our 

‘Junior Merchant 
Handbook” 


NAME 


PHONE 


Main Stairway ImpreBshe 


GEORGE E. DUNKIN 

OPTOMETRIST 

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Open daily S M 1X:M. (Cloaad Monday) 

Phone 

Office SSS-SSI1 — Residence SBZ2SSS 


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Neic Munici 


inspectors and parks section wiU 1 only for forme! council meeting* 
be on the top floor. The machine i and public hearings, 
roam, mailing rooms and staff | Architects were Wade, Stock- 
lunch room are at ground level dill. Armour A Partner*. G. H. 

The council chamber. In a [Wheaton is the general rootrae- 
wing of the building, will be used' tor. 


By JIM BRAMAN 

The biggest step in Saanich | 
municipality's 5d-year history! 
wiU take place on Nov. 22. 

That is the day when the new 
municipal hall open* for bu»U 


Tlie 110 - member municipal 
siafl will close the Royal Oak 
offices at 5 p.m. on Nov. 18.' 
Parking of the office effects wltl 
be done the following day. 

AU office equipment and furni¬ 
ture will be tagged for quick 
spotting In their proper locations 
in the new building, which will 
open at the usual time Monday 

TWICE AS BIG 

The new municipal hall on 
Vernon Avenue off the Patricia 
Bay highway is located beiween 
the health and welfare budding 
and the police-fire station. It 
contains more than 30.000 square 
-more than 


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We have crocks, cappers, carboys, and all the 
other equipment and ingredients necessary for 
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feet of floor apace 
twice the area of the old Royal 
Oak quarter*. 

Tiw new building together withj 
Its furnishings cost approxim-i 
airly $800,000 and completes the 
municipality's constitution pro¬ 
gram for administration facili¬ 
ties at the eight-acre site over- 
looking Swan Lake. 

A further U acres of adjoin-; 
ing land leading to the lake has | 
b**en acquired by Saanich for de- j 
velopment into a parklike area 
at a future date. 

•PACE DIVISION 

The large open area of the new 
building's main floor will houne 
the general and tax offices, a* 
•easing and accounting depart¬ 
ments, and private offices of the 
reeve and other officials. 

The municipal engineering de- 


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GLASSES —from Germany 
r WINE SKINS —from Spain 

And Oar Famous Fruit Coiccslrala 
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large Selection of Oak Buraia and Bpigota 
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Sunday, Octabar 17, 1965 


King Fisherman 


Twin Tyee Share 
September Buttons 


« J Hv>xt *« UuMalrram: a a I 
Cuw hin Bay. torrtn*. 

I Tift Lurai, Parkavllte; U:l. Oinii- 
tuni. lilUK 

I G H. WcM. 4-U Cook; a m. Quail- 
mrn Bay, Vlbndlta. 

T. Hill Martin, Fort Ranfraw: 

Ban Juan I lav Cowtrhan aprtv 
L Jidui KertJuk. JJuacan; 31:1 era*. 
b*an Bay. h*rrln*. 

I TVd Bdin. Jr. Wtnthron. Wartime 
ton: 31:■, Quallcum Bay, Lurky UaHt 

"S'. A. M Carrie, ini HllWde: *1:4 
QuaJj< um Bay. minnow. 

II Mn a Crawford. Vinooum; U:4 
Quallmm. RurktoH fly, 

11 H. H Nle-hola Burnaby: II 1 
Qu-it'-um. WHo Traarr. 

«. R. K. Evan. Duncan; M l Can-. 
Ictwn Bav, hfrtrur atria. 

14. A, Mart) maid, 230 Richmond: *0:1 
Qu-!i<-um. minnow 

15. R. M. Kamuhar. TS Afkina; »:l 
William Head Minnow Traaw 

it F. T Rvani. Cohblr Hill: *0:4 
Cnv-lrhan Bay. hrrCnjt 
11 . R IVolrv *ne Klldrw-. YHIwr 
Point. Tv** Mach mm 
IS rWla Will; Hit Hawthorn*; S IS, 
Nahmlnt. turiar Mil* Trawer 
It Gordon Mumhy Port Alhamt: S'. 14, 

Wl» Pitot A'.akan rtu* 

30 G. R. IKIan ClUnry 31:14. 
Natimint h-mt* HOT*. 

V A. W P*d*ra*n. Phrl Alton*: 
3*1* 

*! R P Mllla Vanrouvam; 3»:14 
RahmM. harrtn*. 

» RatS C Onaa irtm: 31:11. 
AlVml. I urtrv Dooia Blue 
34 M Hois on Dmw, 1»:14 Cow- 


In the tyee division of the 

King Fiiherman Contest, G. E. r S' 

Harrison of Crotton and Brian 4 lO ip /jj»/ 
Andrew. 5015 Cordova Bay, each Y 9 MCf [Wt 

had a 51:0 tyee and both will S l\'\ 

receive gold buttons. It took a f |\/i $ [ 

44 .0-pounder to win a Prince ^ 

button for the month of Sep- jT// 

To qualify for a King Fish- ’ 

erman Prince Button in Septem¬ 
ber it took a 29;9-pound spring * * * 

salmon and a 17:4 coho. To win 

m the Lake trout category it *m>. fifiSS! 

look a 2.12 - pounder, anti asi 3 K M Rirauu. w K»ui'Ba>; « io. 
there were only three steelhead Nummi. strip Truer, 
or rainbow weighed in. anglers y * 1 

for other varieties picked upi‘, DjUf H , lb0 , jyo craignown-; 4i;i 
extra Prince buttona, and a l:3i Auunim. au* tuw. 
cutthroat from the Cowlchan **' ***“ 1 " — ' 

River waa big enough to qualify, r w m. pwmn. Pu«i *tt>*nd. *:». 

Lait year's Compleat Angler, « i 

Sid Upton has won his sixth &»»« a»y. torrina 

_ . K _ . , . I, u B.u*yi p,iri ARwcnl; 4d:4 

Prince Button for this season under*** oove. Aia-km* phis 
with a 48:8 tyee caught in Co- m J4 -u*? s ttr. iz * Grata; « ia 'u> 
mox Bay. The only category | m \£‘ a. y Timwnuii. iwcam. er st 
needed now is in the coho div-|U£ vSk. ^"^“ajKS.: «* 
Ssion. However, tliere is no un Tr*e Putoi Aiaaina piu* 
Compleat Artpler trophy th„ ^ 

season. The special trophy this, k w j. WA i^'wy, « a xsb- 

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It plana to extract uranium 
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the blghoal eaah price! far 
morlaagai and asrecmeDtx. 
Hera la rour opportunity to 
nmaert thoaa month)? pay¬ 
ment* arhlrh ?ou are rarala- 
Ing iota tmmedtat* cash. 


We hate Iota a( morljage 
mane? etelleble 
Cooaultaltacu without epj 
obligation! 


of ell debenture Fundi reeel ted hr 
Victoria Mort|aee Corporation era 
(ram editing Debenture Haldtra. aha 
laer"»e Uielr orlfJnal tniaaunenu. 


PHONE EV 8-9165 


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ACCOUNTS RECOVERY aPKIAURTW 


a t Inada (ram aapirlng tain debacturae 
era relu.eetad with Victoria MarLgaga 
iar ■ eiaeUar or longer (arm. We alter 
Pin-Teat Dabeaturaa an eound aaearlty 
at TVtrOM Tear Tk. A elaarly oot- 
Haed proepaelui me? be obtained by 
catling Dougin Heakaa, HI Pari St 
354-1154 


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FAULTLESS 

ROOMS 


Workhorse of the North Presented to Museum 


Last remaining Fairchild 82 aircraft In Canada, 
CF-AXL, has been purchased and completely rebuilt 
by Canadian Pacific Airlines for presentation to the 
Canadian National Aviation Museum in Ottawa. 


Jet Pilot Bob Randall, a commercial pilot since 1928, 
admires the plane. The Fairchild aircraft was used 
In opening up the Canadian North during the 1930s. 


On Short-Term Basis 


By HARRY YOUNG 
BiiI.fi. Editor 


ASK 

, , RITHET’S 

Open Market Best rag-ss? 

U Mretf aaaral. 

M 1 M A • • g • Q" I carry a new Home- 

bor Buying Securities 

%/ f 7 to a Are? 

By HARRY YOUNG The commxj shares of Ma> Of course, there are other even 1,000 unit category, h la Aa Yes. It pays up to 30% 

Bulan. Editor Millan Bloedei and Powell River primary or secondary offering, often wise policy to duck the of your building insurance 

....... _ offered earlier this year as a sec- which have done their purchas- temptation of the new isaue and tor moving costa and all ex- 

Indiv.dual investors may often |0nd#ry , t J36 50 cafl ^ bc jirajd . Among recent ex-, wait until the stock I. lUted and ft™ 

do much better by buying (heir 1 bought at about $10 below that ample, are Union Carbide ($24 Is trading in a free market. during tSeUme needed to 

securities on the open market I price. now $29 while ihe local issue of * e * rebuild your houae without 

rather than by participating in An offering of Chemcell Ltd. D«nan IndutrtrK-s has done even ^ xiZZY IN MINKS undue delay. The coverage 

Drimarv or secondary rtenrihn- made at $20 U another farily better. also applies to windstorm 

recent example in which waiting CHEAPER A high stats of speculative and other insured perils. 

. , , would have paid. Chemcell’. B v and iarse however the fremy h “ b ** n cre * ted ta BC Wliy no* Ask Bllheta to 

A study of rec-ni primary and pr^nt price: $15%. odd, hs-t-Hv are ttwi a' new 1x1 ^ few da y* •* * re “ 11 •*«* y° mr 

sse ~ 2*srasiris*---r- 

failed to hold the price, at G«.t Canadian Oil Sand. °n the o,«i martin ™ EvES. —ffetios- 

which they were originally of- w * ch '* developing the vast re- I had the opporhwty the other nrnh , h h, 

fered to the public. *ouroe« of the Athabaika tar day of asking Jean Ostlguy. Greateit excitement probably I » J ■ J I I toH I 

sands in Northern Alberta wq> president of the Investment Prev* 11 * °v" Dyn * a ' y Lxplora- I . I I I . I 
In many eases, the private in the subject of another ^ondao’ Dealer. Association, about thii. Uon UA - • Vancouver company. I !!■■■■ M. I 
vector woutd have profited by offering that haled It wax and wtmie he did not agree with «* ich h “ 40 P* r «"»»«««*« AREHCIES LTD 

not buying oif the anell Inst priced at $1G% and only a few my theory that buying “nff the * 20U0 cl * i ™ ^ Vangorda “ 

by waiting and seeing how the mooth(l tater could have been shell" was not always wise he north of Whitehoree in the Inowrewre, Real Estato 
W reacti once it moves out plckrt ^ for m% . made it quite dear that primary Yukon. Mortgage. 

* handS Canadian Industrie. Ltd. made and secondary distributlona are Ttie remaining 80 per cent is ! U , F ? 1 ^ T 

PRICE LOWER t offering at $23%. Ju aimed mainly at the insttiutkmal vetted in Cyprus Mine. Oxrpora- Afcove Doughs 

Those who took tout course shares have dropped to $20. Du buyers. lion of Los Angeles, a large U.S. ^^Yelephoa^Ei^^M^^ 

with many tecent public offer- Port of Canada put some share. "A new iwue gives the irnti- holding company which is financ- 

ings would have been dollars In on ihe Canadian market at $53% tudona an opportunity of buying ln « • pulp mill venture in B.C.’s ___ _ 

Pocket. It is now $46. a big block of shares at a stated Kicking Hone Pass area. HPFN 

—- price," he said. “If they sought UNDER TEST 

V,. nnn n., A . II I to pick that amount of Riares Joint rampaoy statement aays V SI N M 2-3 

V ancoiiver Xlarbor on the open market they would ,b,t BUr y ey work has indicated ■ 

— - — ■ (sopabiy not be able to do to ex piar»t>oo targeu which areH WZ3UN 

without greatly inflating U«e ^ t*-ing tested by dnlltaf. OnH J®** •" 

- * Of • J WTU T • market prire. unc lead-zinc-*Uvcr prospect|H 

Lrroinonippers Wire ovr * mM driuin » '*><*** «l 

“In addition,” he added, encouraging- ■ 


high state of speculative 


mining prospects in the north¬ 
ern territories. 

Greatest excitement probably 


penaes to maintain your 
family's normal way of life, 
during the time needed to 
rebuild your house without 
undue delay. The coverage 
also applies to windstorm 
and other insured perils 
Wliy no* A ok Bllheta to 
cheek yoar policy? 

Aak Kfthet’a for real 
■attalactloa 


A8ENCIES LTD. 

bamntv - Baal Ratals 
Mortgages 

714 FOBT STREET 
Jaat Above Doagtas 
Telephoae EV 3-4S51 


FROM THE WOMAN'S 
POINT OF VIEW” 

By Shirley Phil pa 


IUUH 

REALTOR” 

Whm Jo. eoD.ldti 

tba toot that BaM*- 
saa«la aat dapaoo 
aa that, an drtva. ] 
anbltkw aad afclBt? 
u mala in haal- 
aaaa. and that Utalf 
Mrntnii in Doa- 

_cxUWat qnlaaa th.j 

Or COUJHT aU than jam can 
aj aaraaa aba ramaliM la Iba MaaJ 
Batata Baanaai iar an? taBEth at tlaw 
haa ta ba canaalaotlaoa. bard-aatktaf 
and baaaal Vaar altar raar tbaaa aaaa 
aaopla parlor™ tbalr Joba wttbont an? 
aotaal aocatar? tuarantaa ?«t aiait 

adbrra ta a nr? atrtet oada at atblra 
aad all that? daaltnn an aabiaot tel 
rteaa acraUnV and aaatraJ b? tba rar? 
artira and caaabU Baal Batata Board. 
In addlilan, aaar? paraon but «■- 
Plata and paaa a aarraapandanca aoaraa I 
lra« tba Umtvonltf at Hrltlah Calam i 
! bla ta an tar Baa) Batate. aa >.0 aa 

I bavin, a backfiaaid that la bandakla I 
Hovv? bafara ta blalary haa tba poblte I 
bata a bla ta bu? and a*D Rial Batata) 
with aaeb «aa(tdanca and lallb. Ma 
mattar It tbalr tavorlta Baa)tor bad 
baan Irarl? a ear aalaaBiaa. rallrad . 
aavj. tmlraralt? armdnata ar Jaat a 
boaaaalta. harm. aaaUflad tar tba 
eanna and bavtnf baan aceaptad to*, 
tba band, and bilk eaaataat anrvaU- 
aan at tba Baal BitBU Baud. th. 
pablle can ba aara that aaeb trana- 
ullao *1)1 ba toandlad *ltb <ha alaaal 
eara and lataorll? Baa) buu hu 
tral? - eama ai .aa" aa a praf.aaiaa! I 


Cu>ten-built b? a wraith? man a (•• ?aan aso Ithayra not buUd- 
Ina bocui Ilka this an? HI or*' i on laadioasad let «ltb raxteu* tratt 
trao*. Oraaa ataeeo Front porch tnlraaeawa?. a cbarnln. 11- 
foot llTtna mom with larsa brick tlrrplaca. DtnlM araa. Drn wltb 
aaaarau hldeawa? Fcmbraka bate, larva bad room and a eooBtry-ataa 
kitchen Upstair* tear, an 1 man bedroom* with men cloart apace 
and a bathroom Baumani haa laundr? roam plumbed and wind 
and plant? of room lor a work ah Of) Tha let £ O A CO tf\ 
ta Uxin Located at Ml Island Bd Take. J| 0«3UU 
Ool? IMS.47. A*kin. __ ▼' 

Plea** Call TED CHABTREH to View 

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TODAY from 2 KM) to 5:00 p.m. 

Worry not! We have the house for you. Most suit¬ 
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bathrooms, built in the most desirable University 
area, close to all schools and conveniences With 
only $2,455.00 down, you get 5 bedrooms, 2 bath¬ 
rooms, plus numerous extras throughout. Sub¬ 
stantial N.H A. mortgage with 6%% interest You 
are Invited to took at It and believe your own eyes 
how conveniently It Is laid out, well-built, and the 
amount of extras included. The financing Is always 
open for discussion. 

KA8AFI CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. 

Call SM-CI91 Anytime 


mmm m -3231 

OPEN HOUSE ■■ 

SUW., 2-5; MON„ 2-4 

3923 ONYX PLACE 


Grain Shippers 9 Wire 
Protests Facilities 


VANCXXJVER (CP) - The 
Vancouver Grain Exchange 
aent a second telegram Friday 
1.- Trade Minister Mitchell 
Sharp, protesting the lack of 
grain in Vancouver for ship¬ 
ment. 

A spokesman said the first 
telegram, sent last week, had 
gone unanswered. 

"Oversea* buyers are dissat¬ 
isfied and will *eek supplies 
from other countries/' said W. 
A. Sankey. secretary of the 
grain exchange. 

it * * 

"Old reliable customers like 
Japan will buy from the U.S. 
if they can’t get delivery here.” 


Elevator slocks of grain in 
Vancouver on Friday totalled 
4.800.000 bushels. An average of 
13.000.000 i. considered necav¬ 
ia ry for efficient operation. 


There were 18 grain ships In 
port Friday, only aix of them 
loading. The rest were paying 
demurrage fees (penalty coat*)' 
for kwt time of up to $3,000 a 
day. 

TTiere have been suggestions 
that the situation is due to slow 
deliveries by the railways. The 
railway companies say there la 
a shortage of diesel locomo¬ 
tives. 


"moat Institutions are not buy 
Ing stocks on the short term, 
and sre thus not interested in 
fhort term gains or losses but 
an the overall value of thetr in¬ 
vestment over a number of 
years.” 

This is undoubtedly true. 
Those who hold on long enough 
to their purchases of new issues 
n non-siieculative enterprises 
usually make money on the tong 
run, although they may find 
themselves with a declining 
asset over the short journey. 

The initial sale by Ford Foun¬ 
dation nf its holdings of Ford 
Motor shares at $54 was a case 
in point. It was several years 
before Ford shares recovered to 
that level on the open market. ! 

The fact still remains that for 
the private investor who may be 
looking for slock in the 100 or 


Week’s Vancouver Trading 


WEEK ENDED OCTOBCB U. ISM .Pin* Pol* 

. _ —.... ! PI Bear Dev 


Sain Hl*h Low Cloaa Oi's* 


IKS Btli 14 +IS 

mo m uti an - * 


'A +IS | lntarorv Steel W D>, H IS 
% — H Lai Cement A 10UB *11 U U 


Sktetetna C 3SQ0 U 11 11—1 Laurenbl (C SS0 IUI4 111* 11* 4- M 


Roditrom YU SUB U 
Hailing Hill moo IT 


Arina Inveal 

2000 

155 

125 

125 

Arlington 811 

•0700 

14 

12 

II 

Bata Re* 

354 

22 

29 

50 

Bethlehem C 

2400 

ma 

sat) 

aa 

Bel hex Exp 

11175 

41 

53 

44 

Blue Star 

14400 

10 

t 

i 

liwnlta Rids 

27004 

a* 

55 

91 

Bra lorn# Flo 

780 

4>i 

480 

4RS 

Buttle Lk mace 

m 

17 

94 

Canam C 

IT OBI 

i* 

14 

14 

l inuaa Mine* 

4000 

15 

14 

14 


12100 

45 

42 

44 

Can Iar Con 

5900 

15 

14 

14 

Dwtaway Ex 

8911 

129 

]« 

120 


» - 1 Do JO pf 30 IDS O'i 

» -is Lnbiew C" b an ins 11% 11a 

M + I MaoM Bloedei 440 1191 k 2 * 2*'4 - ■* 


It is also reported the com-, 
puny had 100 men on the job! 
plus four drills. 

Also causing eye - popping 
among the speculators la Pyra¬ 
mid Mines, which has property 
near the fabulously rich Pine 
Point Mines. 

C o n w e s t Exploration has | 
tiought some shares at $2.75 
and has options on more at 
higher prices. 

INCOMPLETE 

Here too tlie interest is cre¬ 
ated by news that surveys have 
indies ltd the presence of fav¬ 
orable anomalies, but that no 
drilling has yet been completed. 

Dynasty shares have been 
moving between $3 and $7 with 
$5.70 the closing price in Fri¬ 
day's over-the-counter activity. 

Pyramid, which has risen re¬ 
cently from 10 cents, traded up 
to $3.40. 

Pyramid's proximity to Pine 
Point is shared by Croyden, 1 
whose shares listed on the Van- 
couver Stock Exchange have 
risen during the past week from 
45 cents ta 69 cents. 

A * * 

URANIUM FROM WATER 


* S BEDROOMS * SIS.*90 

PINE HOME BUILDERS LTD. 

I Holloa Bead, Victoria. B.C. 477-JStl 


If you're having trouble finding the right 
house ... at the right price ... in the right 
neighborhood . . . take your problems to a 
Realtor who is a member of the Multiple 
Listing Service. With 65 member firms 
and hundreds of listings to choose from, 
M.L.S. can help you solve any real estate 
problem. 


For more Information, rail a 
member of the Maltlpl* listing 
Her vice of th* Victoria Beal 


■ + 1 silver Butte 110BB * ?H S until MejUv C Hid B ISO )S0 ISO ISO rJanninc* In Amir, If. Q,,lrW. 

__ silver nidge suooo 17 is ii uarh Neoo K»w 42M •(* tn +t% planning to drain its Wuirke 

m ™*en j.„_ mm ikn m it) _? 1 North i w r. m va Ta min. n..p 1Tlllr,t> T ,1.. n4.Uk 


“?l h ISUld Mini 110 123 133 North IMG JflO *29 3* 71 


n.ih.a F«n lain aa n .a i-■>.** <~m, «,.••• -• -- - - mine near Elliott Lake, which 

nS-teJ, p 4 !*ocantXI*« 3S0 S3 93 U iXianCamnU 43S *31(4 21% 21(* + <4 u-. 

if J J “l h |SunihIn*Lar *500 30 20 30 — 1 Okanagan H S3 291 MO 290 +10 b *« n 001 01 U * C *inC* 1961. 


Cnnaolld Mod 4000 J* ITU ITU 



5290 

6 tt 

9 

• 

_ 1 


12191 

29 

a 

24 

_ ] 

rppr HJdga 

24323 

29 

71 

29 

- 1 


221800 

27 

11 

27 


Cowlrhan C 

4141)0 

77 

T 1 

71 



Mlnra Total U40SXI 


1500 

20 

20 

20 

— 2 Okanagan H 

829 

290 

290 

290 

♦ 10 

*2100 

152 

142 

141 

— 5 Okanagan T 

(15 

*21 

20 k 

21 

♦ * 

19400 

49 

49 

45 

— » P C T ptd 

Mi *101 

101 

101 


*700 

IS 

11 

11 

unch Ihi New 

95 

C3>, 

2914 

2914 unrh 

410233 

3m 

15 

21 

4 414 Parldr Pri# 

~v4!0 

1111 a 

11 

11 


19498 

171 

147 

197 

—11 Power Corn 

150 

111 

:i 

U 


15509 

14 

1 * 

15V4 unrh |4aiaua 

50 

112 

12 

tJ 


109000 

11 

11 

MH + *4 Saralnaa PA 

2900 

553 

3tu 

Vi 


4050 

15 

1214 

12V4 

- 11 droll Paper 

1050 

* 20 -. 

Ilk 

20 \ 

♦lk 

500 

10 

10 

10 

unr h HleH Co Can 

200 

*27 S 

274* 

27S 


10190 

son 

475 

4<#l 

—20 Strait* Traw 

20 

9U0 

900 



10000 

49 

44 

44 

Sun Pub A 

1273 

*24'; 

3k 

25k 

- 14 


be process- 


Trmn* C Pipe 210 (UU D, »>i 
WHdwuodofC CS I1IS 11', US— U 
IVrot Cal T JIMS *33 19*. Jl\ + 3 

Writ Hr, 1 1 age 1500 IK* ISO ISO 
Woidward 39 *2»',i JCU J»U + H 


Ik illy Varden 11500 41 

Dundee Mine* *0000 5* 

Karlcrait R 7VO IT 
Endako M 4300 *13 
Friday M M 1 


Boy l*a Bru* 
BC Sugar C 


11H19 II II 11 + 3 

iaiui n r» » 


Cowlrtuui C 414U0 77 T 1 71 * A-l Sleet B KBITS *7* 37S Weal Kmlage 1300 I'd l» ISO FINE FOODS PROFIT 

Craigmcak M 1500 * 12 la 21U 23H — U Abiubl A 100 * 10 ), lOU KKa W(*xlward ‘9 t 2 B '4 aau Mia a ta . „ 

crown fail TMou w ii *u un*- n ! Aluminum uio i*n . »u ms +iii induaroiai *?s*i ^ ■'i + » Monarch Fine Foods mad' 

croyden M 4S2950 SO 45 *7 419 Boylaa Bnie 200 **V, SU SU nek nl *711 fill J71 

Ikilly Varden ftSOO 41 54 *9-5 BC Sugar C llu *W 5»U »)U— *- 4HM nPt Pr 0 '" ot *131,631 (71 Cer 

iiundee uine* MBoo n w n urrh' bc T*i»ph.*e 47a *7" mu to 4* _ . _ „ . , in the year ended July 3. 1 

KarlcrMt R Tan 17 14 ia — U Da 4 H 4 nfd 150 | 2 SU 3SU SU+ U S,* n Ani „ 11 11 " ♦ 3 _ _, 

Endakn M 4200 *»U UU 13U 4 U Do 4 \l «4 A 195 89 *5 Comm <X3 1 *"*' 29 IS ® compared With $637,509 

Friday m moo ju *u su - u BCTurrcc Kuo 3.o 329 329 -io ^ ’S T.f cents) in the previous fii 

<lala*y Cpr 137S3 41 42 42 — 9 Rurrard M 400 W 630 930 f, u turlly OU 195250 11 S S 411 

<;em Expior 11S07 20 17U 19 4 1 Can All Pr 100 473 475 479 M-'l 1 MOO 25 50 » — 2 year. 

Onrl Re* 470400 54U 50 54U 4 U Cdn Brew 750 *7U 714 TU unch 4U0.14 IS 14 _ 

Giant Maaroi 4100 150 145 146 — 1 C Cll 5 ptd 19(5 225 *19 18U 1 * Midland Pete 4300 *U • BU 4 U 

Grand uc M 29730 300 160 540 —J55 C FI Wla 210 100 100 100 unch ** 1W100 5447 52 4 5 m _ 

GranuleC SHOO MS 250 249 4 5 CFI •*! 430 490 450 unch E ro *‘? e r^ l i? 1*730 20 14 ]&U — U ISlesmg t 

Hurley Rvr 14300 22 3* 30 — 3 CPR BO * 47 >i 47 U 47 'i Royal Am B 211500 ICO 17 300 4 2 Is CIO M. OlK V CUV 

Jarary Coni 4700 U 11U 15 +1U Do4p(d 470 MU *14 9U 19500 ** 11 1* + 2 

J trirho 54n 40300 24 30 30 —9U Capital Eat U00 473 479 475 M200 33 47 49U —1U /^J _ _, _ _ 

ICamloon. C 22354 54 M (4 — 1 3 « * Ofl. Total 7S7018 f jlOMfiS 


ted will be taken later. ■ 

* * * 

FINE FOODS PROFIT j 

Monarch Fine Foods made a 
net profit of $731,631 (71 cental 
in the year ended July 3. This 
compared with $637,509 (62 

cents) in the previous fiscal; 


Merit Oil* 24000 25 50 » —2 

Mnland 011 400» 1 * 14 14 

Midland Pete 4500 *u • 8 U 4 U 


GranuleC SHOD MA 290 349 ♦ I cn 

Hurley Rvr 14500 22 1 * 30 — 2 If P R 

Jarary Coni 4700 U 11U 15 41U Do4 p(d 


90 IT'i 47U S7U 

rro wu »* 


Jarirha Mn WOOD 24 30 30 -*U Capital Eat 1200 475 475'478 

ICanyoop* c 22S5S *4 M M — 1 Cent 1942 wtJ 1000 25 25 


London Pd# «M 1* II 13—1 Chemcell 
Lome* Mn 12779 120 HO 130 4 3 Col Nat Qaa 

Lyttrei Mineral 500 24 24 M unch CAC 

Magnum C 19800 14 *2 D — 2 Ctwa M S 


» — 2 1 Coni M S 


250 *15 U UU 15U-H BANB4 

910 H4U UU 14U 4-1U „ 

•000 170 170 170 4 3 Bank o( Mont 29 *41U MU MU unch 

2895 |48U 41 4»H 42U B*" 11 C 30 *7*N ?*H 7*U 

fa M M hi » 5 Banka Total 75 


Mi Klim Gold 24SOO ll Ifl 1 ) unch Coronation C !<> M M M i I Bank* Total 75 

Mid Weal 1HBH0 77 20 IT 4 I Croat! Intern 2065 Ills 13U UU - U _ 

Miner*) M *71« 4S 44 43 unch 1 Dial Srarrama 40 *28*. 2 SU 2 *S “ * M ™ n 

Mi Waahm RW) IS 36 # *1 llaman «'4 pfd '215 112 ', 12 S 12 , 4 S Can Park B ll») M3 ffl k3 

Hxllonal Ex UUH 15 IS 1* 4 2 Human Indua 500 *»•', 8 U *U — V, Dm Urldgo SH *2hU 28 2»'j 

New Cron 751110 .11 24' > 1-2 Remix- 1100 lla -4 IS*. IKS 4 \ l>jm TeVilx 2IW M3', 33’, 33*, 

Rw Imperial CdOl 178 1 M 174 i JX |Flrat Kal Mlg IM4I 2X5 *27 3 273 10 GrejhuundCan 30 *13 13 IS 

New Indian 8201) 14 | 2 U Ip, 4 HI l>u wt jUO 110 110 110 unch Imral Ghxio A Sul *I 1 S 14'4 I4*i 

RewPrlvlr UNH 1 * HU 1JU f U UinwWlneA »«1 409 406 4uS - 5 I Mattagamt L 'JUO *18H ISS 18«i 


llU f U Grow Wine A am 406 406 405 


300 118 iio 110 unch ImrMGnxipA Sill »I4S H't )4*t 
are 406 406 405 - 5 I Mattagamt L JUO *18H 181* 18«* 


Nurih Ixlge 3624M 54 41 45 - 9 GrowWlnrB J00 403 «« 400 10 'Knuika Lite «»*) II 11 

Kcrihwt Van 2I0U) 12 10 10 -It, Indux Accept 500 ?24 24 24 Orrhan 1200 4.90 4*0 

RrcanMna 20150 8’ — — — - —... . 


«" 85 4 1 lnl Nat Gai 


1»H 17 13U If 4 1 RoJpM 


Peru miter 1402 132 130 IN 


500 724 24 24 Orrhan 1200 480 4» 480 

*« I10U 10U 10U * H Waleroua Kq HH0 *12 12 12 

200 H9U l»U 19U 4 'I Curb Total 7290 


Closes Gates 

NEW YORK (AP) - Without 
ceremony, the billion - dollar 
New York World’s Fair, 1961-65, ‘ 
came to an end Saturday night, 
its turnstiles having spun for 
marc than 50.000.000 admissions. 

Financially, It had its prob¬ 
lems. running $17,500,000 in the 
red last year during the first 
180-day season and with this. 


OPEN HOUSE 

Today 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

You are cordially invited to see Victoria’* newest, 
up-to-date apartments in which we tried to combine 
the moat modem conveniences In an okl-world 
atmosphere. 

THE CAMELOT 

3820 SHELIOURNE ST. 

(Just past Cedar HOI X Rd.) 

Ideally situated close to All services and transporta¬ 
tion, features Include a free parking area, pressurized 
hallways, sound-proofing, private patioa, free cable- 
vision, free laundry facilities, china cabinets and 
two-light chandeliers in dining areas, 

J. K. RART0N CONSTRUCTION LTD. 

»ll DOUGLAS ST. PHONB MC-7813 

Manager. 4774S63 


This is Peter 


SOLD SO MANY 
HOMES RECENTLY 
WE NEED YOCR 

LISTING 

Ask for oui free appraiwal 
—Today 34 ho ir aervlce. 

38ft-1448 Anytime 

B®9 FORT AT QUADRA 


a |Inlet Brew B m WU no Ml until 1 Milana Trade, far neMk. tatal 4.IMJU , year's accounting H0t yet to. 


COUNTRY ESTATE 
l2'/2 ACRES-9-ROOM HOME 
$49,000 

Adjoining the RITHET Estate, this beautiful and 
unique property Just 4 miles from City Centre offers 
TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL FOR FUTURE SUB¬ 
DIVISION. GRANITE and MELLOW ENGLISH 
BRICK have been blended together to recreate the 
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0*»TtaH • XMBi Iw tna ViMinj Puttteun* On. Lid. 
SAXDOWN PARK. SffWKY. B C. 

S'-v*M>erMl EBP. SUunteJ. Oc*0fc«r H, IM, 


M Bf-BIBI lAlC-CMranf. pur>« H00. For Qarr-yrar-tOOa teid 

a* I wt**» have nf«r won Bin* rac**. Tte-** ymt-oU*. UT Uw : md«c, 
1Z1 lb*. NctvwVawr* In IM aUwrd I lb*. Uumtaf prn-* BLOW. Puna dhddwd: 
Kir*. ISM; aerond. *130; ItePd. *70; fouith. 05; flJUi. DO. 


Big Springs , Coho Fill Nitinat 


Salmon arc filling the Nit- 
inat River.—big 20 to 40-pound 
spring salmon In the upper 
reaches above the Red Rock 


Hon* <nd Owner 


six and one-iai/ ri bLonob Pool and hefty coho from the 
** b* Sir Fin Odcuatr R 00 * 5 ,0 ^e mo0t ^ Bt 


Junior Drt 1 iMfcwWkJtrn S *111 i — 3* 1>» Mara, 

Wally * Gan 1 iWRMrRaal 1 111 j - P* 1' S* 21 SluHd* 

Mr. OavAar S (Armatronf) S UT 7 — »■»►»«, jta Tnlna 

W«* Jock 1 (CJMunro) . • 112 ’« — *1 4* 4> 4' Ownha » 

Windy Sons 4 iDOtamond) 3 IS 'I — 1*1 1“ 2* 4< Cbrmack It 

Aanywda- 5 (MkteMEiliil 1 >Ui I - *M ft IM fl Ugw, » 

R*d IW au w 4 (WKMkar) 4 131 I - « t 7* tq lalw 

MUaM Manta I UdMail 1 Ull - S|T> I » BaaUMI IS 
» -Daad M to tank 


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U MITIELS 
<*l Jaalor M, 
11 ) Wally ■ Cite* 

111 Mr. <kvlar 


ikia aa an vmh n* s> 
- M St.aa IrtA hr 

- - Mh L. Gnaw 


SeT-SA?* sw&a. w<xz?isggi u £r: pools ’s: 

Hmndir. h 5S2. Qumeiia pod, *u.na low the falls which are on the 

JUNIOR DEB bruke taal. relinqiaewd lead to WINDY SONG in aarty Mira .tretrh nt river kist inside th« 
a»r.rd W move up w three avtaba pole, gamed —»dily. took over on lop ben „ 01 „ . 

and waa Mlln ha cigar at w*re. WALLY'S GEM. never far out at R. parked Mac-Powell gate Bf VOU enter 
up I he Urtnc Windy Song ta atrterti to IimMi aerond. MR CAVIAR «tei mttav viainwt twnm fYwlrh- 

up ground on outiade wtan too haa. DeWat-l.r< ■ TIjth Mhnat country ITum UJWtcn- 


Nitinat Lake. 

»» Mingling with the big 
tit springs ara silver - colored 
Jacksprings, and although we 
i« didn't And them last Sunday 
*** when we drifted part of the 
— Nitinat in our aluminum boat, 
the cutthroat trout should ba 
following the salmon up- 
stream. 

_ Summer iteelhead will be 

found in the upper pools, be¬ 
low the falls which are on the 
■g^i stretch of river Just inside th« 
fked Mac-Powell gate as you enter 


Ovarwecgtil M Ut rt Martin (J). Mr. Cte.Hr <»>. JUtecr Dab «). an Lake roads. 

HBSy-*?” nsca-owama. pmaarv tmmrwb m . . 

1 / T, >*UH l j"T r , a UT Iha: Jacksp rings 

EH* 1 —’ _ mBraFjg jzxtsrFSgi 

- — -* ad< ^ l ** J ****** *** Rr Fin J<«e*» OAd* *r gpoan and a bronze spto-caat- 

S? SST&^^TSi:.' m 5 ? T»5 5 £Vsts s 2 WaodeT »p» »*** *- 

£ S^Sjggyaen £ *, r surr zest s "t* 1 ' “ l ,o ° n,B f y .. 

'ffi'SS aai'e’TffiSr^.i S ? PM S > 7 *S -^l*- “ d measured 

SHT UtoSg Laaeir 4 (Snvcinii T ut 4 i* s> i ■ r* pmihib ii •• about 14 or 15 inches. Brother 
h " him ~ Fred hooked and landed a 

| 2;2 1 ' D * *? .Hf tnonBia nrtor gpring salmon about 30- 

- *Ui a. — — - ii r pounds, which ha released. 

. aa Lis 44 . L4PS4 lib t-s S jj eMy. We saw plenty of signs of 
to slow, ^ ^ floated along the 

" ■ ***"*• ffS M in ew | aitr. mm gravel ban, but on this trip 

ssffi ?cs crs didn't see a bear as we did a 

.. ahead of ua were Qabaries of- 

« imm ret ee*i I i mh m e »M« flcen Ed Bishop and Jack 
I wSn e IT^TZ MHs 5 JT 2 ^ Chidkjw, making cm of their 
k^cmesyirfc^H.Ha Puns *vu«L nn^ periodic fish counts 

]Kimj tMtmt Bean a Problem 

• ns * r* £• yi h* 2*4 T^toT i 2 T»m bean create quite a 

i ii! • f 1 f T u 1! ". ':a s i «j| problem on this river. Bishop. 

' s » t w i- p J 14 vwSeta 4 * guardian far the area, told us. 

!?*us s S-y i«r t* aST -a When we toM hkn we bked 

; ^ — - -—- to see the blsok bean in the 

2 <n m t Owe Le tn ■mis woods and would be hesitant 

T 7si7 about shooting one, he *p- 

BTg 2.4 44-s va,. as sai p*^ to " atoo * tt * m - 
laaw toHrui a, t» —r -- m, hms mans*. They do a lot of harm to the 

*1 Si Musk. ««■ I todsr I Mat es to SM ran | T ■P aw t>l°f Mtaton." 

1 “lut™ toSTSL^J ^ Wt n * wr ^ to fac * **“* 

ly.fcl n asoond. Al'DACSOUB HSU ntoUs op crisis, although at did have 

^ # a ahotgun and some rifled 
—, rrT , pa, ^ 7T~~— slugs with us. W# did get a 

iwnitot m 'wm toitaMk! uaTn^T lhot or two off nt ducks as 
f ’S"* »J*S: they winged over the bsrs 
a-jjtospsm^nMeto where w. stopped to flah. 

_. ■* «• WMU# nSUWM 

* mm atorui'jsH^ owm Bow and Arrow 

; s* • r. r is ^ ^ ****• °v 

* *• | - «l »• > 1 1 Marv 1 2 Antifla of Dtmcan, had bag- 

i a a Z 5-5..EJ18Siws *?'3 S«d a 350-puund black bear 

t S'? “ in alcnlf the Nitinat River with 

» in i - «♦ it 1 * HST tin bow ta ^ arrow from 23 yards 

' a ne nr ana __ distance. 

14 TO wsa swsT) pasn aass We weren't too sure wheth- 

1 - aa ' -er to applaud the feat ee feel 

2 £2 ^ l yoom any tor *e beer. We «al 

■ *»_ c ator, V have more to say about bow 

K wml raw i»w wmm» ^57 and arrow ahne to w at the end 
•• *• n-tor-d Hr aw or tide aohunn. 

•bsmbsis «ea enn e am« h m Up to the time ere met the 

*SEwa? E 2 2 S^to^“SSLriJ: flBh * r ‘" “o * 1 

»» o» «■*■* tostav W« wnwARcreua oomted 650 spring salmon In 
*^*Ss" 1 fTtok < S^ l SCj 7 j."B_Ey g * e npper reacbei. wtdeh 
^ pwm ———- wasn't enough to make them 

»* _«•» » tm. wm -to!Jr..^ Sf ^7*1 escepttcnafly happy. They 
L *c 5 m 2 *i 2 ? Jfc ‘g 5 ? e ij i H 4 Sic j etUl had a mile to cover of the 
wfcwSwia. sn’nSk 1 'S * spring salmon waten, before 

___ ’ ew« ma they Mt Red Reek Pool and 

*** ** H a a suns J«w umt the bta coho. Three are lust 
i!| S * wSLirU JX* »» aam ***** tt* ri**r. many 
ious'm^SSh gjp* M «* them la good shape and 

s. ready to take shire. 

5! 2 ! S l~i s 5 823 ?'“ lit ln Lower Reache * 

11 s as a 1 « 1 - 4 » r r jaSTitow tn We mpect that the cut- 
E Jt . .fw tenet we had been seeking 

S £2 ■ • 4 *«“ were in the lower raeches be- 

~ » j. _ low the Red Rock where w* 

, U«H. L43 44 VWta f pulled out OUT boaS. 

* ** * * The Nkkwt makes a pretty 

Ju ££**» tatok to a~j tn. ^ to* to,,t ** w-fc t4 ** Uy ^ taw- 
' ** "" tw touv eSTkSf tor deep, Mow ram mas you can 

row back and lortL But we 
<*w». Tocaytit vw nr <w found the odd dfccy spot, and 
■ •>. Raa* S’ tow Tjv« - 1 '" iVrtV aftamsli we Ain't tdp wem, 

__ fcb.lkU «ie fisheries officers took a 

*— 1 g~ **V*« r m n wi i a.Ha Hr Me to «itk rubber raft’ 

*n» mom kigbtosan , s,~< 

"erw,-, I* oeeeo 

l) j jig | _ |fi ]m yt fan aX KOOK WuCrv wt DK Tftli 

l u *2 “ ?T f* 21 •*»•* *W*i» and u|»n a pndtatoary 

k> 5 3T _ s i* ^JS* iS “wf a log in the fast 

r> • n» •: r*rrrsssiu mg * er - ^ * cro “ ^ rivw - 

-i S i^wa n Log in Water 

5—-iiii-- The fisheries (fleers had 

« £S * * 4 *”£22 *<**'■ Row warned us that we would find 
T i ‘■- l ^ y a log d u w n e U eam acroaa tie 

JSTisssrJS 

faat water we might have 
J* >w km our boat The leaat we 

w « wua una *to a»nux sftffto SnT »»ould have got sway wkfa 

S would have been a ducking. 
’ ^ We roped asid wwded toe 

_ _boat tong toe ton «d then 

'*'* * ***T ?,?. *«cnd * trough a trtou- 
Wl aA tot Ck BM arTiB «wr «•». flowing through 

_ ora mm * jn ■»«« 

jt mm 4 tw% mrroi joewy oeer Takeoff spot for our float 
i 4 au s n m >• )i it r»nw jvje was 36 naira from Cbwt- 
2 > 13 ! e ? }’| *;£ just before the jtmetion 

isisubss s • s • skwM* 4 oe s bridge to Bamfield and left 


w antahto to naswwv pWtoi toU) D0TTB *W to mm* lo <Ha£wr 
pans dawn tarkerm ii tea wwlwaS uiwe aw aaeea. 

Ov i r MUN Cue Anna iji. 

• ee|»—EIGaTM asra-CHta**. pan? STM lor Ouvr-yearOda And upMSTd 
OOw.l "turli hsv* not w« nm ln 1*18. Thrve-ywr-oldU. 117 lb*.; 
•tar lia lbk. Nnrwlnnm In 1SH kllo***d 1 tb*. CMmlna ylr* MM pun* 
«M4«I FM. >M anrond. SUO; tjlrd. S7fl; t* CCJi. *20 

nx un ovr idiy n sujkw 


Fisheries officers Ed Bishop and J ack Chidlotc count fish on Nitinat 


Yacht Club 
Racing 
Windblown 

Seethe rly winds gaatfag to 
2ft mUra aa hoar eertolled tka 
IteySl Vletorta Yacht dab's 

r.. * rariag la Cadbore 

Bay, Satsrdar. 

Rpieltn ol the two sf Ihrea 
srhedaled races completed by 
more thaa SO boats: 

Davidson risks: Ron Mark. 

4 points: Sid Hall. a*«: Ned 
Ashe, I'd Joha Todd, I. 

El Toro A group: Peter 
Yeuag, ty 4 points; Jack Wood¬ 
ward, S; Greg Aaatey, 7. B 
group: laa Smith, lij points; 
Both Russell a ad Praak 
Ouahlag, «; Kea Kidd. S. 

WOMEM OFTEN 

NAVI BUOMR IRRITATION 

i After tl twin* ii anr «a« 4* ate 

ti* Bill bmiM kr t«»*oci ■nn»rr 
irTitktlos nml »r ■ t»r«. awhnirh,* 
Call. T* *»icUl HnliMli MMtei'f 
*cb*a. naKultr ktlBl kite eutorkrO tlrra 
canted kf KlSWrand BlaSOa r IrrltatiaM, 
try to kin* a IllUt CTOTXX laklcu an a 
a ilnaa nf water 1 litea* dsUr tor a i'W 
Ann CYBTBX M a elaasuw adanrr am.* 
**oUc. nils aa lakuk pain '°f 

—ai —1 --m ariteten P*lm. aandacnw 
Bickach*. aad m»«col*r sain*. O'l 
UTtru fraa traiw. Fa«l WatMr fan. 

AdrW 


for Red Rock Pool — 21k erica 
along — and Nitinat Lake. 

Gravel Bars 

Although k is only Ilk mdes 
from our tokeoff patot to the 
Red Rock, ee the river wtod* 
it le about tfaswe mllee and we 
Mxnt from 31.30 a.m. to 3.30 
p.m. on the fkmt, shUAdug at 
aU toe gravel ban to 5dt end 
soak in the b eau t y of nature, 
with tri beautiful suaumn-ool- 
ered traee. 

The float star te d with a fast 
run. then a drift under the 
bridge, into faster water 
where we got our Brat glimpse 
of scores of big mrias salmon 
hugging the bank to toe fast 
Water. 

Then ahead was si Mgh (riff, 
an which hangs s e ro rioa of 
toe road to Basnfieid before 
toe road turns and Mtowa toe 

little Nitinat. 


Big Pool 


Below that road toe river 
tooedans out to a to* pool, ai- 
mnet a smell lake, and you 


when t move was made to set 
■ride five miles of the beat 
family fishing area on the 
Cbwtohen River for fly kaherv 
men only. 

Long Battle 

We have been engaged In a 
long, and sometknes totter, 
battle to get public access for 
e v er y o n e an an integrated use 
bates. The fish' and game 
cluba even fought to give up 
their own special hunting 
preserves, for the principle of 
hill public access . . . and this 
wan st a financial ancl. mem¬ 
bership toss to ftoh and game 
dubs. 

On Vancouver Island we 
now have aknaat fuB week¬ 
end pubkc Hoeesa. It wee 
herd wen end we ta t want 
to see it chJeelled away at to 
proride special privfleges to 
certain minor*y groups. 

We don't believe—In fact we 
know from peraosiat experi- 
4N*ce—that either hurting areas 


or freshwater HaHng areas are 
eo crowded there k a need for 
special anas for special dev¬ 
otees of certain methods of 
hunting and fishing. 

We like to fly fish and we 
are m sympathy with bow and 
arrow hunter*, but we don't 
favor special privileges for 
either. 

We will oppose setting aside 
of special areas, but we might 
be receptive to extemfcig the 
deer season for a week for 
bow and arrow hunters, or 
maybe even letting them lake 
doe* early in toe season. 

We don't subscribe to toe 
twxrften repeated charge tost 
hunters are a trigger-happy 
lot and the wood are not safe 
whBe toe hurteer* are In them. 
The campaign against careless 
hunters must always be main¬ 
tained, but statistics show that 
hiadfng Is among the safest 
of sports. The trouble Is that 
the few hunting aocMents that 
do happen could nearly always 
have been avoided. 


frothed as salmon fought their 
way tqjteream 
We had Mended to Onat to 
foe mouth of toe river, but II 
la IS males by road from Red 
Rock to toe fcrie rod. aa toe 
river winds assay from toe 
road. It would be about a fiva- 


«to?£Tri Mrs. Mary A. Heritage 

Pioneer Resident, 
rS= Churchwoman Dies 




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an that la anotiter trip 


A noke to toe regukttin 
skates: ‘The fltei and game 
branch may In the future set 
M»ctal seasons to certain 
areas far the hunt*w of deer 
by bow end arrow csiiy.'* 

Has writer wfll oppose any 
move to eat up special husa- 
tog p re s erves for bow and 
arrow hunkers, or for any other 
Mwcial groups. Just as we dkl 


A pioneer member of the 
Tint United Church, Mr*. Mary 
A. Heritage, 10, died fa Royal 
Jubilee Hospital Saturday. 

Mrs. Heritage spent all her 
life ln Victoria. Her father, 
Alexander Wilson, was one of 
the founders of the church. . j 
SERVICE TUESDAY 
Her husband, John Alexander 
Heritage, died in 1938 at 92. 
after lengthy service (s chief 
engineer m CPR Princess boats. 

Funeral mrvioes will be held 
at 1:30 p.m- Tuesday in McCtill 
Brae, mala chapel, followed by 
cremation. | 

FAMILY 

Mr*. Heritage Is survived by 
two daughters, Olive and 
Marion, both at the family 
home, 1438 Grant, a son, Wil¬ 
fred, in Powell River; sisters 
Mrs. Peter McKeotele and Mias 
Jessie Wilkon, both of Victoria, 
Mr*. George McDonald, of Burn¬ 
aby, and a brother. Cleaver 
Wilson, In California. 


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14 flaiill <£ niuniiit Victoria, B.C., Sub., Oct. 17, 1965 


Protest Viet INain War 


TOOJAYS 


U.S. Blasted 
By City U omen 


Mission Man 
In Trio 
Of Winners 


Salutes the Business 
Women of Victoria! 

• Beaded Sweater* • Beaded Bag* 

• Blouses • Hats 

• Hostess Gowns • Scarves 


Two city, groups, the Vic¬ 
toria Peace Action League and 
the Victoria branch of the 
Voice of Women, have sent 
telegrams to President John 
son deploring United .State* 
activity in Viet Nam. 


ings, we support international 
day of protest, we condemn 
your illegal and immoral war 
in Viet Nam." 


Civic Parkade Tickets Validated 

622 VIEW STREET I 


The Voice of Women called 
for a ceasefire and its tele¬ 
gram read 


'Representing the 
Voice of Women tn Victoria, 
we support current demons! ra 
dons against war In Viet Nam 
and add our voices to the grow¬ 
ing protesla. We urge you to ! 
take the Initiative in effecting 
a ceasefire." 


The Peace Action League's 
telegram, signed by secretary 
Mavis Payne, reads: “Greet 


By THE CANADIAN PRESS income tax office, said the top 

Three Canadians won 1150,000: ***** of ,*UJ >,0 °® * ffect hl * 
oday in the last of threi IrishI p*™™ 1 ” el1 

intakes this year. ****“’ Uke « *"P '■"* 

One said he was going to give r ”f chanty and his brothers 
nuch of his prize to charity and'* * s ” 5 ‘ 
datives, a second still was «• to® late to change (.., 
hinking what to do with the °* * a,d w Mr Macdon- 

noney and no word was re- aid ; w * w, , hM Purchased swcep- 
cived from the third s,lk * M years. 

All three hold tickets on Tar- GOING TO TRACK' 
lagan, an outsider who won the Asked what was oh his imme- 
'a-mile Cambridgeshire Stakes diale program, Mr. Macdonald 
t Newmarket, England. replied, "I'm going to the race-1 


Meeting Topic 


Esplanade 

Noise 

Examined 


Burnaby Hotel 
Picket Target? 

VANCOUVER (CPI — The 
B.C. president of the Oil. Chem¬ 
ical and Atomic Workers Union 
(dC) said Friday the union 
may picket a_Jwtel where al¬ 
leged strikebreakers are be¬ 
lieved resident. Fred Gedde* 
said-60 to 70 men have been 
brought to B.C. from other parts 
<* Canada by British-Amertcan 
Oil Co and lodged at a hotel 
in suburban Burnaby. 


We while the Business and Ptofessional 
Women of ihe Victoria area — and for 
the finest in travel arrangement! may v$ 
suggest that you call 


Toronto man won 


Walter Edward of Mission 
City wasn’t home when the race 
was run and got word by radio¬ 
telephone from Ms mother. 

Mrs. Nellies Edward said ahe 
talked to him at Toba Inlet, up- 
coast from Vancouver, where 
Mr. Edwards works as a boom 
man at a logging camp. 

WON’T QUIT JOB 
Mrs Edward said she does 
not believe her son will quit his 
)ob despite the big prize. 

Bernard Rushton. operator of 
an electrical repair shop in Van¬ 
couver, is on a fishing trip in' 
the Kamloops area and might 
not know he has won S 60.000 as 
holder of a ticket on Karelia. 

His wife said he left with a 
friend Friday and doesn't know 
his whereabouts. She added he 
might have seen or heard a 


GEORGE PAUUN 
TRAVEL SERVICE 


Cabinet Ministers 
Deliberate 
For Father Time 


Oak Bay councillors and real- 
dents of the Esplanade area 
will meet Wednesday night to 
discuss traffic and noble prob¬ 
lems. 

About 100 Invitations have, 
gone out to residents to meet 1 
with Councillors Douglas 
WattsrWilHam Wade and Mrs. 
Frances Elford In the munlai- 1 
pal hall at 7:30 p.m. 
ONE-WAY 

The residents have already 
forwarded suggestions on solv¬ 
ing the problem following a 
questionnaire from the munici¬ 
pality earlier this year, 

Among these were to make 
the street one-way to reduce 
traffic congestion, and to ex¬ 
tend the Esplanade north to 
the scenic loop on Beach Drive 
near Uplands Park. 


1008 GOVERNMENT 9T. 


FALL MILLINERY 


The provincial cabinet has 

sai. 

Its members have knit their 
care-worn brows. 

There were deliberations. 
Presently, there came a con¬ 
clusion. They were of on ac¬ 
cord. 


It must stand still between 
the hour of 2 a m. and 2 a m. 
on Sunday the 3lst day of Oc¬ 
tober. Then it must start again 
and proceed in an orderly 
fashion until next spring, when 
the cabinet will, at another 
meeting, again deliberate. 

Anyway, that’* when we go 
off Daylight Saving Time. 


For the Busy 
LADY 

EXECUTIVE 


The order has been duly 
issued. 

Time must stand aUll for 
one hour. 


CMB 83381. R. L. Macdonald wouldn't make any (hfferencr h 
<23 Elm Ave.) Toronto. his way of life. It will go to hit 

MOST IN EAST children's education. 

Karelia — CJE 80748. A. A. He's an advertising salesmai 
Yuiil, RR 1, Truro, N.S.: CMH foe Weekend Magazine. 

79994, B. H. Rushton (1583 West Arthur (Bus) Yuiil, 48-year 
58th) Vancouver; DXE 87680, old employee of an investmen 
Marc Filteau (233 Beaudoin i firm here, said he is going k 
Montreal; CKC 98995, Don Dos- invest moat of tte 560 00) be 
lippe (Box 415) Harrow, Ont. ;i won on “something that wil 
DTN 58565, Mrs. J. D. Johnston yield" an income 
(153 Grandview Road) RR 2, _ _ _ 

Bell* Comers. Ont ; DTB 83582. TBIP WI ™ W,FK 

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Commonwealth, is to address a 
tea meeting of the Victoria 
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Many atylea from which to chaoee Shade* 
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Regular value 1.94. a a a 

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LADIES' SIBRT SLEEVE BLBVSES 

ro.tec. Tailored style Machbw 
washable Available In fall shades and 
designs. Ones 22 to X 
Re*, value 100. a j a A 


BtBYCLE TUBES 

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rad, btoe aad brown checks. Regsbai 
value 1J 8 . a 4 4 


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METAL WASTE BASKETS 

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Cameras 

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A real h omema k er's special. Approx, 
atae »xJ O’. /; 4 4 4 


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pnDeys Master eerd, weights, . , a 

cords Wastes Diaoouxt Price X . 

POLYETHYLENE DRAPES 

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STEMWARE 

Imported stemware la yeur chain# of 
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PMS ABB EARRMBS 

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PIEHBEB EARBIHBS 

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Attractive plea tic In whit*, yellow or 


SECRET CREAM DE0DMANT 

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PMS, BRARELETS, NECKLACES 

AIR EARRMBS 

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Hooka Bfaaouat Price Jlorl.TY 

MU’S TIE TASKS 

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Prim 2 «" 1.44 
Garden Centre 

ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 

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IMPMTED HOLLANB BULBS 

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LONC-NANOLEB BARDEN TOOLS 


Eli BEATER 

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Has atolntem rotors and nytott f 4 4 

pears Waalro Diaaaaat Prim 1,44 

ASSORTED PLASTIC WASTE 
BASKETS 

Handy far ar y r o o m bi the house. 


Hardware 

BIRNZOMmi REFILLS 

MODEL TXf Botdad energy that oooka, 
heats, Bgbts grills at tha flick af J A A 
a match. Wooiro Discount Price x • 44 

PUMP ACTION OIL GAN 

Flexible saouL Factory tested tor depaod 
ability. Blue enamel finish. Manufactured 
in Italy. ^ a a 

Wooiro Dlnwint Priaa X . 44 

2** BALVAI1ZED BOWNPIPE 

W Iwagtha 

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THI-LITE BULBS 

Made by Canadian General Electric. 100 - 
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Watt, with small base. O 1 A A 

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ECONOMY PfllCEO BATN MAT SET! 

Twieplece act Includes non skid mat with 
fringed edges and maichdng seat cover, 
A wide ctiotoe of decorator | 4 4 

rolars W'oolco Discount PriceX • 44* 

Automotive 

MIAMI CAN RUBS 

Bright rolerfat fdaida. Approx, size 52x68. 
Ideal for the coeler weather ahead. 
Regular value IM. a a a 

Wrote* Dlsaoaat Prtro / . 44 

TURTLE LIIUI0 WINTER WAX 

Protrot your cars Mniah for winter, 
Regular value 1 . 8 T. 1 A A 

Wrote# Maeawnt Price X . 44 

BATTERY BOOSTER CABLES 

Complete with clamps. 8 ft heavy gauge 
wir*. A must for automatic transmission 


The nan* apothecary dispenser, a a a 

Waefee Dtomaai Price X a 44 

MAX FARTM MOttTURIZJNB 
UBUM SUABSIR 

Re*, value 3.00. * a a 

Wooiro Diaooaat Prtro X a 44 

MAX FACTOR SKIN FRESHENER 

Re*, value 2.00. j a a 

Wooiro Diarouet Prlre X * 44 

HEAR AND SHOULDERS SHAMPOO 

In the new 6.4 oz. lotion bottle, a 4 4 

W aalro Dlacount Prtro / . 44 

DAILY VITAMIN TABLETS 

100 tablets of Multiple Vitamins. One 
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Especially on Scoreboard f 16 S mVSSS'itTiA 

Leafs Impress 
Even Canucks 


By JIM TAYLOR * * * 

You kept looking for a place where Victoria Maple _ 

Leafs were the slightest bit weak, and you couldn't find Ie/M l/» ^ 


No Nonsense NHL-Type Goal 


Near-capacity crowd cheers gttal by Andy H?henton (15) of l^eafs 


Calaarx Wins , 28-19 


Eskimos Finally Put on Ice 


CALGARY 1CP1 — Defensive For the Stampeders, who had the Eskimo* 16-15 and 20-4 In In total offence with 412 yard* 1 
halfback Larry Robinson kicked already cltached a WFC playoff game* earlier thia season, I on 1T1 yards rushing and 241 
two field goals anri added three spot, it was their 12th straight moved further into a first-place yard passing. SUmpeders moun- 
converts for rune powiU to lead win over the Eskimoa. .hold at 22 points, six points ted a total offence of 340 yards 

the Calgary atampeden to a For EsJdmoa. who had won ahead of the second-place on 144 yards rushing and 196 

2fl>19 victory Satunfcy over the five of thetr eight previous j Winnipeg Blue Bombers. passing. 

Edmonton Eskimoa in a Western games, the defeat ehminated Winnipeg meets the Saakache- Calgary had 19 first downs 
Football Conference game be- them from WFC contonttm. wan Roughrtder* at Regim to- compared to Edmonton'! IT. 
fore 21,000 fans. The StmmprtJers. who defeated day and Brtttab Columbia Lien, Redell completed 1* of 25 

who are tied at 13 points with passes for a 72 per cent com pi e- 
* * # the Riders in third piece, are tion average. Calgary quartor- 

to meet the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back Eagle Day completed 13 
A 1 1 and Ottawa Rough Riders in a of 20 tosses for a 65 per cent 

Argos Celebrate " “* "“r-z. 

1 VIVIVWt Wl/V The Eskimo*, attacking under riri| r ^ r- cw 

A-** a revamped lineup provided a Ttm. m 144 

stiff battle throughout the gams. 

The Stampeden held alioi »>— tnf a c aw ii ** • J 

Dick Shatto Day - 


The Leafs whipped Vancouver playln * th * lr 01101 In “■ 

Canucks, 7-2, at Memorial Arena j many nl * hu - 7)^ 

and if there were any fugitives The strange thing about last MjS M* tj C 
from San down in the crowd of night's game was that although -*■ R-' t_7 

4,331 their form chart would the I^afs scored seven goals - __ 

have to read something like ’wo by Dick Lamoumjx and one fa m a 

this: by Andy Hebenton, John oM m * 

Goa It outstanding, Scoring Sleaver, Bob Barlow, Ed Lltzen- 

potential: delightful. Defence: berger and Lou Jankowski— they 

murderous. won it on defence. 

This was the second start and They won It with a gritty per- M^lel^aTtrickJ°P^ 
the second win for Frank formance In the second period, 

Mario s Leafs, leaving them tied when they drew .even penalties ^ 

with Portland Buckaroo. atop Including a major to one Van- Sore 10 

the early Western Hockey couver minor, gave up but one S *£5fi r ^ three 

League standings. They get goal, and scored two. It gave ’ 

their chance to step out In front them a 3-1 lead going into the 

tonight in Seattle, where both final period, and from then on 

th,y .nd Ih. TW,™ will b. 1. w„ . l. U , hf r. £ ”* '» * 

No Nonseme NHL-Type Goal mS.TS.TLS K 

—--- —-■■■'■ - .... , league this season. 

Leafs had taken a 1-0 lead In So the defence was outstand- The defending champion 
the first period on Litzen- ing. But defence starts in goal, Buckaroo* Jumped into a 3-1 
berger s goal, a no-nonsense, and in the Victoria goal there lead after the first period on 
NHL shot from inside the blue was A1 Millar, unshakable and goals by McVie, Cliff Schmauti 
line on a pass from Mike on this night virtually unbeat- and Bill Saunders Bill Dineen 
Labadie. But in the second they able. scored for Seattle, 

ran afoul of Barry Ballance, a In the secqnd period, protect- puvng NET 
referee who was calling every- ing that one-goal lead, he came 

thing and was called some U P with a save on a scramble 111 0,8 ,8c °od period, Portland 
interesting things In return. fro™ Howie Hughes, beat Bob increased its advantage to 5-2 
_ , . . McCuaker cleanly on a clear M McVl® and Art Jones found 

Fo r the Bret six minutes and break from the blue line, and Vie net. Gary Butler got Seattle's 
* *V p * rt ? d Um * point-fal.r* successive that period. 

thTiw^h 1, *™ 1 “ *r* at ,hots b Y Pbil Maloney and Me- r «” ***™d 
part of the time they were minus Quker .1 McVw j**., 

J” Z7L In the third he skated out to j&pSTEA C ,.*5HS? 

Sier min^VndTh.^ hlock ***** ^ he was 2 m 4 ^ 

another minute and a half. home free ^ fhe BCOre M , nd iri j t* threw. 

But people like Claude La-Canucks pressing. Then Heben- »rd s n^aSid^pf's-n 7 ' «3iSr 
brosse, Lemoureux. Fred and tan scored the 4-1 goal and the ■**» *“""• >p> 

Sandy Hucu] and Steve Witiuk pressure was off, but until then skcond rnuoo 
£ M kept coming up with the big Millar had been much of the J BaU * r ,Ka * Wiiun i a. 

' X shifts, and only once, while two difference, ufST*' ,C ' M ~ 

t7‘ men abort, did they give up a All in all, Millar and the Leafs L_^ff-A.»«evi a jtoyar. n «. 
i ^ ' goal. That one was to Billy are making this coaching busl- u>» * M '' 

McNeill, and it tied the score neaa a piece of cake for Mario, T,nM exaioD 

Reward umoureux had it back within ;* >w 1 thp * '**FT*' Roomm> 

Rewarded for .midi VI ^ minutM 00 » * Ia P »hot that ... ««ir) lT^SS. ' ^ 

Rewarded tor guhhng Min- ptcked ^ lhort iide Ciltel Some weeks everything goes ./»» jMeew <e> 

nesota Twins to American villemure. and Barlow got an- ri y f?[\ u ere witar- nnwi- a v i?iJl ret Tp Jon “ u 

League baseball champion- other „ 10;5 o. in the thin! it iJESL, SS >c? » 

ship this season, manager wu Hebenton scoring after a ’* ra ‘ Rewi i» saw- 1 

Sam Mele yesterday signed K orgeoua fake ® rookif defence- srerea^SSlr. uS? E! ”1 tj 

two-year contract with $10.- man Wayne Mukfn, Larry Po- __ _ 


Reward 


*Xa 000 annual raise to bring pay pein of Canucks, and Jankowski, 


awl to 547.000. 


I Lamoureux and Sleaver. 


limn rosnsoia 

r w l r w * rw 
»■ ii i i i as ia ii 

TORONTO i CP I — Toronto ally wrapped it up with less than l ' 1 " 1 . 1 1 —- JJi^SUJaa* r r -XJVIIj 

Argonauts celebrated Dick Shat-j three minutes to play In the, wintss rosnauacs - - - 

to day with an exciting 24-21 game when John Vilunas »»i ewi.Tr a r .OW.'lOM/wCSS/ 1 

victory over Montreal Aiouettes good on a 31-yard field goal that u ji i ■ ai si si LOS*.' -OS€.' LOSE/ | 

as the last-place Argo* made | broke a 21-21 deadlock. The lead is 2 t 1 “ S is .^OSl.' LOSE/ LOSS' J 

their final home »tand of,had changed hand* four times “ • * ' S 21 W 

the Eastern Football Conference before Vilunas came up with his ' Sjw'fr <Wr 

. .—— ■■—■i d *”P er,a<in ^ ,, „. cV,' a 

_ ... I Shatto s touchdown at 1:57 of m. 

TwUy'* B.C. Ures-HareUtra ^ a(cond quarter gava Toronto H -SLf“Tre.S ? W 'LXSSLC 

gaa*e will be televised M >n jj. 7 )nd but. more than that •* *'*" 

<Smart S beglmlag st It h| broke his own Canadian — ■ .. ... . 

“' rort '"* *• ^ < * rv Football League record for ou _ rt . r ^ « 7 «13 and -mBKoJC 

" e ‘ , ' r0rk - touchdown. in WiMfW- Th.t but ,prt2d rteS to £ 

- brought hi. total to 9L UK quieter to wrap the gwne 

Saturday. And Shatto had his ALSO RECORD up * at-U, 4-j *> 

own celebration, a touchdown The two passe* caught by ihe Robinson booted 37 and 31 ___ 

and an all-round brilliant per- 32-year-old Shatto Increased his yard field goals and smacked 0 

form an re. career total to 462, also a CEL through three converts to lead Sollltiotl tO Ex 

The 12-year veteran in pro record. the SUmpeders scoring. - . ,„..j 

football, a native Springfield, The victory was Toronto's sec- COFFEY STARK 

Ohio, and now a Canadian eiti- ond in 12 start* this season and v.wmn TimmwJn. CrJ. m m 

zen, scored his touchdown mid- the loas tor the third-place Alou- f-v nicked un 13 txarMs ftebt (k sva/sam 1 \M 
uay through the second quarter ntes Just about squelched any ^35 ^ 15 , nd u yBrdf f I 

and returned to the field at half hopes they had of finishing th* V invert'’ X L/ULLl/1 if i 

time to receive a shower of 14-game season in second place C v, 1 . r ,„ K ,„t r r ._,_ n .„ I 

w. «„.i tQ uarterback Eagle Day threw _ _____ 


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VU lemur. _ S I 7 — 17 


*nses Problem 


Soccer May Erase ‘Shamateurs’ 


gift* In his final game in Tor-! btitbtk* 

onto before retiring from the 1 mw 

game at the end of this season. r>m 4»» . 

CLOSE ONE ^22 paaaai* .I"' Ml* 

It was a ckxe one ill the way ^’a 

before a crowd of only 18,b93 rumwaa/kai . n 

diehard fans and Argonauts fin- RSI''JESS -- ' ii. 


LAST 

DAY 

LADIES' 

DAY 

Free Admission to All 
Ladies on Monday 


s 42-yard touchdown pass to *7 *>** CONWAY meeting that all amateur mem- under the chairmanship of Joe pootsaix 

T " end Herman Hamsun, hit flank- LONDON tCPl-The Football tor t ** mi ,i « n * d ~ 1 * r “ t 'on Mean, also chairman of the FA. i sja. -■- toarewajM Jarato 

3M er Bobby Taylor on another 32- Association has set In motion an ,u0r * not ,od wiU not to loo,t 1,1 * very * n * li 10 0nd --ban. cinw-. Parki jbsa untuxi 

yard strike for a touchdown and inquiry into the revision of soc- JW ^ travel ‘ * • olution Slu 

i set up a two-yard touchdown cer rule* to wipe out the dis- “** 'expenses. UNDER TABLE snorma 

S'l plunge hy halfback Ted Woods tmetion between amateur* and V 18 member teams ■y 8ed If a n footballers do beoom# i pm.-vtoioru matrix Laapua. am 

144 with a 19-yard pass to Taylor, professionals. If the revision ■” d * rMoluti on was P* a *rd, but j ugt •• p | ayergt >« then it will af- 


Hawks' Mikita Hurt 
InExhibitionHockey 


PAY orr YARD sues through, they will all be- wlth ■° * l ^ 8od ^^ t by feet several of the larger am- Ladd-, tiareoo* a’v—u. bJ*. ** 

_ For Eskimo*, fullback Jwn com * * now1 ‘ ** pl * yer ‘ in Durham thit this should also cluh * who at m 0 ™ 8 " 1 am «m«. n wr*5£i«ait. 

•I * _ II - Fauver slashed one yard to One expert says this would be not supped to be paying ool'"',7 vSSft 

11/" | In Hlirt * cor * » fl8r halfback Jim Thom- "lb* mQB ‘ drastic change since ^ empfcwpart-tlme players their te , am ‘ but wh0 do allow *'*■ Hnrrt> 

ItVl Id llUI l as galloped 49 yard, to the four, professionalism began 100 years SjJtor^d Gaining teams. “ M "° 

Calgary punter Jim Furlong «*<*■" wxvZm •miamateiiLc > nd . ■ometime. create bogus j p.«,.-i.viuu«^ 

v W , picked up a single on a 46-yard A ch * n * e in statu. EXPOSE Nil AMATEURS positions on the administrative 

! 1 !/': I mint m«re<leri h v n,» w . of cricketers was made in 1962. The professionals, represented side so certain players can re- .__ 

jfYYl Hitr L PV Kachman Bui in the caae of football the by the Football League, balked ceive additional money. This Laarw. K«quiin*it McUma *■, eon 

A/lll lULIAL y _ irtt reasons for the proposed chaflge at this and a showdown between system, known derogatively at **«*• c«tr.. 

J time* In tKa hard fmnrht aartir * K more complex. It involves the league and the FA resulted ''shamateurism," was widely MBRWHtoHMMi 
MDNTRFSt .nd st.mr-Td.™ the vexing question of whether in §7 of the top 90 professional criticized last season The new ll l l If 

JSrSS'ZSrrrS - «-« I. ^ to ^ team, resigning from the associ- ---e wiL. bnng this out into Medal Golf 

' !?■ cracked a rib ia bel '* Ved 10 ^Matterscame toT head when Now a committee of 10 mem- However, many people » y For I JlHlPS 
w SS SSfl 'he Football Association pro- ber. from both amateur, and that amateur, must receive 1 UF Li,Uleft 

a ” A f £N l P , „ , , , posed last year at Its annual professionals has been set up aomethlng. Charles King, man- M *dal rotmd for women w4th 

“ - srJ£i ———-^-« WiP. SS K= 


ss Vi Mikita left the game, wfdch Eskimos flanker Randy Kerbow 

_.*^Tta th * Hiwkl «*■ W. midway wer ^ both shaken uo. 

... through the second period with Coffey's kicking performance 

crew* tJ *T. rr '<L **T™ n “^“7 ? fter , ir ina of four fiald goals In one game 

re flares am k_M B |*ar hoarded by Canadiera Terry tied a record held by several 

men am PacHu naniaM ii-aii J other player*. 

TOnAY Pierre Pikke and Enc Nester- Eskimoi lrt the Stampeder. 

TunA1 enbo sent the Hawk* ahead, 2-0, - 

A.M. P.M. before Henri Richard replied 

Minor Major Minor Major tor Montreal. T lr/t LI/le/) 

„. .. In Detroit. Orland Kurten- A IHI ITM.UrV 

U.w a.t* a.** bactv opined f^ Bo«on in _ _ . 

MONDAY the off-cesson, scored twice tor h /if* *1)1 HKtft 

12:56 «:to 1:20 TM Toronto to give the Leafs-a 1-3 IIHMIU 

TUESDAY whh the Red Wings George VANCOUVER (CP) — The 


eetow* lai au> ana. Ska km Hbm 
faa flahtoc aa* tw wi 

Ik In will ka aa Mm>i ctlaa* 
Wm in FacHU naiiiaki Tlwi 

TODAY 

A.M. P.M. 

Minor Major Minor M*> 


Tunisian Conquers —, _ 

„?'^ ury 7, staas: ik^ il ssu. 

/■n m rvi 1 nrld In North London, said the iq 21 —Hu»hw™i Grew, Pumfity. 

■ lAfitn rkT I MO |7~ change "will be welcomed by j» ; I gjSrt»ir Hmr w«(,m. 

I-w 1^1 II I W |l| I I vl I K all progressive club, !2 : 2 _ S!! U ’■2S oro S£lj Coxworth 

\JUIlHO "I 1 l (ILIV The change will affect some of - “*£***. wnyt *' !^ rt 

the top non-professional compe- ^JT™" 
MEXICO CITY (AP)-Moha- For the second straight day tiUons and tournaments, espe-M CANADIAN 
med Gammoudi, Tunisia', only the small U.S. track and field dally the Football Association^ JUVENILE 

. . , , h . nivmn ,„ contingent failed to win an Amateur Cup which runs along-■ rjLJiTtLs. . 

entry In the Little Olympics, ld , FA Cuo comw-H FOOTRALI. 


11 naa ro come, reopie a on i be played Tueeday 
do - anything for nothing In thia Qolf dub 

moden,ag ' " The draw: 

PROGRESSIVE MOVE __ __ 


12:06 l:M 12:45 

MONDAY 

12:56 •:«• 1:20 

TUESDAY 

2:10 < T15 2:20 

WEDNESDAY 
3:25 S:M 3:15 

THURSDAY 
4:15 4:20 

FRIDAY 

4:55 l^« 5:25 

SATURDAY 
8:36 114* 5:55 

SUNDAY 

7:05 11 :M 6:15 

MONDAY 

8;15 - 6:55 

TUESDAY 

1:15 11 :SS 7:55 


Major aoimar parlndi. Uallna Ilk to 
• Hour*. Sark ly»a. 

Wltor parkida wimtar . Surailn. 

aatit r>*a 


for Montreal. Tien sirs, vasansw The change will affect some of 

In Detroit, Orland Kurten- I H'W iTlOfU the top non-professional compe- 

bach, obtained from Boston in _ _ MEXICO CITY (AP)-Moha- For the second straight day tiUona and tournaments, espe- 

the o««saan, scored twice tor #< /)»• ff||««l/| med Gammoudi, Tunisia's only the small U.S. track and field dally the Football Association' 
Toronto to give the Leafs*a 1-3 * *** IltlodlU nivmnt™ contingent failed to win an Amateur Cup which runs along-^ 

goal, while Alex Delvecchio, V ££SEE viam^ut to- 10x1 a,rke of Austra,,a ,rKl American Saturday was a sec- fes*tonal club, take part. 


Billy Harrisand Norm Ullman \ Hher fineBW ^ consistent US - marlne Lt Billy MllIi of Marie Mulder of lt tlll^ly'twch^ [ew'ZdTfd 

Kxjred for Detroit. pj ay to take three consecutive Camp Pendelton, Calif., in the Suttland. MD in the women . u,e M QCW^ .dilt and tSTs 

victories over a surprisingly 5,000-metre run Saturday and " * clubs which play regularly on 

Hnrkf>V ^ ^ COmpleted * dlstance doubk ta won foe event In 2^6.6, a from • topflight sta- 


Hockey 

Scores 


SMSB1CAB Uifll'S 

Pltlaharsh 3, Hmhry I. 

Hochkktor I. Sprlnfrtsld 4. 

WESTSBX I.EAOI R 
Vkncouvrr 1. Victoria 7. 

Saattl* 1. Portland *. 

wests ax iKrr*.\*no>*r. 
Roaaland S, rranbmnk f. 

Spolcan* S Trail 7 
Kimh*rt*>'4. Nclaon J.. 

EVaiBITIOT , 

Oiiraio <XHL' J, Mnntraal iNHl.i 1. 
Tomnto (HMD ». Itocmit (NHL) I 
4 tiki. " 

ONTARIO JI XIUB A 
Oihawa g Montraal L 


fore 5,000 fans Saturday. experimenul compeUUon. Mexican record *” “ dlum to * country field. It is 

The Russia*, were pushed in GtmmoudJ who hld cptu,^ -- only these trf» can afford to pay 

every game but managed to ^ 10 ,005-metr* run >?1day. i l ^ P u Y er »' The oth8r * will 

rdga foe Americans 15-12, 15-12 ^ t a , rk<1 Jn ^ jJ, TJahp RllthvS “ **** KtVB llWty * 

*«! i 200 yard, of the 5,000 and won 11111113 done. 

Larber in the evening the by ieve ral yards in the rela- m 4 1 FIND LEVEL 

Russian women's team had bttie tively glow time of 14:40.6. 1 O VFatllCr J L- Maiming, in The Daily 

competition from the American Clarke, whose world mark of Mail, recommends that the FA 

national team, tnkinrfWl-0, 15-6 13:25.9 was officially recognized Annual meeting nf the Vie-1 -‘let afl footballers find their 
and 15-6 victories. Saturday, finished in 14:41.9. Inria Babe Ruth I^eegue will be level and respond to their own 

The slow winning time was held today at 2:30 at Littte inclination.'* j 

attributed to Mexico City's 1\4- League Park, Cook and Hill- , "It is only the present re-| 

mile altitude, which is being side. strictIve and unenforceable dls-j 

tested by about 250 athletes Parents of boy* playing and Unctions which rob the game or 

from 15 nations. The 1968 Olym- those wishing to play are aaked faster development and enJoy- 

pics will be held here, to attend. able recreation,'* he says. 


1-0, 156 13:25.9 was officially recognized 


CANADIAN 

JUVENILE 

FOOTBALL 

SUNDAY, * P.M. 
Farmer Construction 

v*. 

Cowlchan Timbennen 
CARNARVON PARK 


CANADIAN 

FOOTBALL 

HORNETS 

JBAA MUSTANGS 

SUNDAY* 2 P.M. 
MACDONALD PARK 


RACING 


SANDOWN 

PARK 


Last day of racing. 

I 

Parade to the post Monday, 
1:45 p.m. Qoinelia first and 
laat raoa; Exacto fourth race. 
Rain or shine. 

FREE PARKING 
EXTRA . . . 

Exhibition Race. 1:30 p.m. 





























UJILSOn s 


IF IT’S TIRES 
IT'S 

OK TIRE 


RatfvflabntUt. IT 

lyeday, Ostober 17, )»•$ 


For Player 


Sefton Park Wins 
Island’s Top Race 


'VIRGINIA WATERS, 
England (AP) — Gary 
Player of South Africa 
closed out a fantastic golf 
season Saturday by defeat¬ 
ing Peter Thomson 9 ! Aus¬ 
tralia, 3 and 2, in the final 
of the World Match Play 
tournament. 

Earlier this year Player won 
the United States Open, the 
World Series of Golf and the 
Individual trophy In the world¬ 
wide Canada Cup matches. He 
also paired with Harold Hen¬ 
ning to win the team title in 
the Canada Cup matches. 

EIGHT BEST 

Eight outstanding golfers 
were Invited here for the 
match play competition over) 
the 6,997-yard Burma Road 
course at the Wentworth Club. 
Amold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., 
the defending champion, and 
Tony Lema of San Leandro,] 
Calif., were eliminated in Fri- • 
clay's semi-finals. 

Thomson ahot a 71 In the 
morning round over the par 1 
74 course and held a 1-up lead ; 


JIM TANG | races with consummate ease. weH go for the biggest price on 

On the other hand, the price the board. 

knock-the-favorite*l wasn't likely to be long, so it It would have been the right 
luh tn be found at »as nose >n forrfr charts to find ticket yesterday. Sefton Park. 

1 . tome excuse to go for a price, a four-year-old filly who had 

»ce track, was in E XCU8es were almost impot- been running in claimers at Ex- 
at Sandown Park sible to find. Despite four ex- hibition Park was aimoat com- 

V afternoon tra pounds, it looked at if it pletely overlooked and went off 

y anemoon. ^ ^ ^ WiW Deucei> who h , d „ 1W . 

didn't apiicar to be won last time as if carrying It seemed fair enough, too. 

in the Vancouver Is- Sonny Litton wouldn't have although that glance back at 

imttiMixhin that couldi nsadc any difference. Not too the form showed the filly to be 
imptonahlp that could 1 fty o( ^ few who ventured . game one who had run a 

threaten the stretch -1 etoewhcre bothered with the bang-up second to Oiarlie Mac 
four-year-old colt who 1 nought that if you're bound to earlier at Sandown. And. one 
■edy won two route! beat a standout you might at would have to agree, Giarli* 


JEfot Sails (SoUnist 

HANDICAP 

By JIM TANG 


Arkansas coach Frank Broyles really wants this one 


early pace, not far behind 
Crazy Arms and youngster 
Rebel Hawk. And he moved at 
the right time, just before the 
expected late rush by the likes 
of Wild Deuces. Lord Renraw 
and McGregor Glen. 

GAME FOE 

Once in front. Combs kept 


as they went to lunch. Player] 
carded a 74. 


SQUARES MATCH 


ruc>T HALT. — ^Aiming, WOU, lor inree-yesr-oiu. ^ M w AAMMIATED PEL** than a yard out with 1 S3 to 

•nd up, foafed In Canada. now Art—«. u» KM iMMil** ^. d £*■*“*■ "*“■ 

SIX AND ONE-HALF FURLONGS PP J** cam, Umm u. u.s . .r«n ^ ^ 

K is^'rzr-nrrs. % m^r£, Tu'Z.i- >*- «* *- '«"■ 

tan Muaau yklso miki i» way >n «s»r wm as ;si Rnttrnum i passing to Bobby Nebraska rated seemd wal- 

3s Made Eve .Tlmryi .*U» HonUae iraek would burlrkwcn <4> charge. i jNcorauta, raieo seconQ. wai 

mn M«c Man dteA) ‘HJ !i! lt w “ Ouite a win for owner Cro-kett tn the final minute* loped Kansas State 41-0 behind 

5£ Strfry 1 U w^id' rf ^ST , rhS2'an «»> J. R. Bayne, who claimed Sef- and Seated No. 1 Texas. 2T-24. the passing and runnleg of 

■n Rant Jhaftii <«^S» . Son Park from Dave Diamond Saturday Fred Duds, running its record 

au A*«a Jr .Biwmflria. -mrsaSar; yaun*»i*r ml|lil tmt ttoan lb , . . tn Ml 

Aiao *u*iw*- on Aug. 2 and already hat bis Tb# victory wNch alto could “ *** 

st *4 au Bay <saiaij .ut Pvovm h ft) ft tw ha ht 12,250 back with good interest have decided the Southwest Con- In other garnet involving top 

SECOND RACE Claiming, J650. lor three-yaar-dd. ' si. ““id "(L/a.’J!'»■" 

a piece at the purs* and has gam*, and cat ended Arkansas Southern California, No. 6 . stop- 
pp won three timet. to 17 longest major college Ped Stanford, 14-0; teventb- 

The feature was a fine bores itrtng in the couatry. ranked Purdue edged Michigan, 

*2 n,< *' btrt no fh*n **» Arkansas' win nine touchdown and Florida, rated ninth, 

!n blanket finishes in the second . , Kritipniim htan less North Caroiina State, 

JJJ and sixth beats, which both had 
in most fans uncertain until the 
photo decision wai posted. 

DEAD HEAT 

It was Fighting Hawk. Some 

THIRD RACE—Invitational Handicap, $700, for three- Royal Flush and Joe Pap in 
year-olds. 0,11 order in the second race. 

SIX AND ONE-HALF FURLONGS PP 

am wwoa nvt .1 nwii .. i it Mm n>^ cm, k,a nw it* w,,. Ih _ -..u.-, 

■U I JnTn I.IBMAB IH» Mjl ... II* t» a wiilll *■ Bh Mpaap <» , 1 ,n * C “ rn,r> OOUlOn t Qeciac 

■mi (.imjien duo isaim ... iw **■» >■> » «» m hmi ut «■■■■, iii between Princeta vega and In 

Ml Sky Maky OlliVk) .- 111 SwaU iW M M: atBMag SAW (1) cnivM tn -- - L. IK. «i„, 

■T» SouSy Boy ITInyl..-112 tartly (Ml mnat ttr Wit’ l«l fll4n bpWt SO feault Ml the Unit 

■sc RiaA isawi . —'ni WWI tswaa ty UBfltr w_kaa .s> dead heat of the meeting. 


Alabama finishing 7-7, UCLA 
and Missouri, 14-14, Air Forca 
and Oregon, lg- 18 , ipwa sute 
and Colorado, 10-10, Harvard 
and Cornel], J-2, and Boston U. 
and Holy Croat, 7-7. 

; Florid* 01. North Carolina stala S 
IJartk Oanttna 11 Maryland VI 
CMnw a, UMka l 

VlrtlnJa 4L W(al Vlrslnla I 
Alabama 7, Trwaur 7 iuai. 
Axkaaiaa M, Ttai m 
C aortta Tfch B. Aubum 14 
William and Mary 11. Dartdao, T. 
Caliromla IS. Waabloeuai 12. 

Saoshcn CmOlanUa 14. Manlcni B 
Air Fnroa IS. Onto* UL 
Utah 9UU M, Moatana ZL 
MlBOWI 1«. UCLA 14 


Our Work 
Folly Guaranteed 


wras nlne-under-par for the day. 


BOOSTER MEETING 
General meeting of the Vic¬ 
toria United Booster Club will 
be held Monday at 7:30 at 
Trafalgar Branch No. 42, 
Royal Canadian Legion. 


SIX AND ONE-HALF FURLONGS 

an* lONDtN SI. ISnanASd) .— in At taat. Ibirtmi ba M» (W 

ttrt KIM MOV inwii -US Law mil bat MB A M MM 

MB IN ADVANCB IV !■ M l — 117 CB.MI aaly by Mary MB at ba 

m Mr. GMfrtala (Manhi .*UKHalm Mrtoaa Utoasbl. «4t A 

K Soma Royal FlMh iTVraryl *1U May aot «rt aw trm* bhn 

<W90i Coounantcr Jo* iRalaa) .U» UMdy to Dad ■ a Mt atOrrml 

MU Boxy Brtla (Uttlrbi .117 TTfliik that Ma i bad bar Blm 

ai Px-unri 1 7T«yo > . . 129 Kwh! ml ran Dalih thii him 

M Orina iConaacki .121 f«M WrWy halp* «"• ekaar*, 

Alao MlglMr 

IKM< Hay Tna <VanlntMl _ 128 Ctadd late M all vrtlb bait an* 


riW M M lL «. Tat* 7. 

fc** 7, Srty Craaa T. 
lUvy li PlttabMTh a 
Pcmuylvaida J*. iJjrfcmO It 
Syraia** X, Fan SUIa 2B. 

Army r. Ram A 
Cemrtl J. Harvard ». 

Prtnrrton 27. Cnlsal* I 
BulTalo 54. Rlrbm>*Hl ■ 

Milnr 54 Connrrtlcui I. 
Ma**arhu»r 1 |p* M. RhodF Ward 1 
Mirblcar Slat* E Ohio Stax 7. 
Wiamtin 21, ftnlhriretm 1. 
MlnnmnU 14. lima I. 

Nrbraaka C. (ami flat, S 
tm« 9MI* 1(1. aolondn 1A 
Purda* 17. MMtlna IS, 

IBInrt. M. Indlaaa 11 
Otdahma XL (aai T. 

Cartrtwi W ctraafl ■ 


Unbeaten M1 c hi g a n State 
romped to its fifth triumph, 
holding Ohio State to minus 
rushing yardage for the first 
time In the Buckeyes' history. 

Ohio State lost 22 yards over¬ 
all on the ground. Clint Jones 
triggered the Spartans’ attack 
NANAIMO — Victoria Niwn with an 80-yard toucbdosrn romp 
Cougars opened their 190-66 Is- j In the first quarter, 
land Juvenile hockey league A rash at Uaa flooded the 
schedule by playing to a 4-4 ] schedule with Tamr—a and 
draw wjth Nanaimo her* Satur- —■- ■ ■ 


Cougars Tie 
In Nanaimo 


More members wanted, laxt two weeks of reduced 
rates. We are moving into our new dub house. 
Remember the first 200 memberships ore trans- 
ferrable. 

Drive out this weekend and have a round. 

Phone the pro abop 
656-S788 or 056-3037 or 479-4190 


SIX AND ONE- HALF FURLONGS 


mm anaota try < vast 

mm DARK no < ranis 
SM* *«na BaaArd <uin 
SMS Uuad MU I Ha Sat 
■M7 La*a>y BMaf (Ha to 

sen rairvia Imb iTtarw 


12,250 . . . Monday's fkiaJ card P° rt Alberm plays Esquimalt 
has nine races but there will be * 30 *b»s afternoon at the Ea- 

ao bctliog on the first me be- quimait Sports Cent ra._ 

cause B.C. tracks are allowed 

no more than 11 mutual pools _ _ 

In one day. It will be run for a AUTOLEC 

purse, however, u a gesture to m DBAINTlIfNT 
1 horsemea from track operators « 

to give an extra chance tor why- 

the first time there hat 
a redurtkm in thr.- meetia; 

>o S160.S24 :7e*f tout 

F' * spared 

? - mw 'i 

’3' i'i days j 


NEW FALL SUITS 


FIFTH RAGE — Oalmlng, $650, for three-yanr-oldsj 
and up. 

ONE WLE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH PP 

am imolaj cataal <Taan ..its vw mm aa m ■ hi «■> 

to<7 tor IIMinitoii IB Vat *u ba (at tar aaaMar inty iti 


University 

tlds J 

Wins Two 

PP 

| In Hockey 

(Si 

,'j ' 1 Outstanding goalkeei»ing by 
s< Priscilla Jacobi stopped a su- 
' * perior Mariner forward Une and 
f ciiabled the University of Vic- 
1 loria to aqeak by Mariners, 3-3. 
'yesterday in the "A” division 
PP| 0 f the women's field hockey 
hi league. 

L , 1 ’ l | Suzanne Bradford led the wi¬ 
ll versity sdth two goals and Aim 
[JJ Batey got the student■' other 
tally. Carol Knight and Linda 
j, Bailey scored for Mariners. 
Ma * In the other "A" game, Joyce 


ciufoin in dreu 


O tjife is distinction, tied- 
fence, originality and character in 
any form of artistry .., 


T7» appointment of Mr. L. 
S. "Lea" Lamb aa a Service- 
Sales Representative has been 
announced by H. H. Moaaop, 
Manager of Auto Electric Ser 
vice (Victoria) Limited, 

Mr. Lamb haa been dosely 
aaaodatad with the automative 
parti bualneaa for many years, 
and aa a result brings axten- 
aive knowledge and experience 
to hia new position. This, to¬ 
gether with the parts and ser¬ 
vice training currently taking, 
place on Electrical, Carbure- 
tlon. and Brake systems, will 
enable him to provide top 
quality specialized service to 
t h e Automotive, Industrial, 
Fleet and Marine accounts. 

His territory. In sddltion to 
Victoria West, will include the 
Sooke-Jordan River and Dun- 
can-Lake Cowlchan areaa. 


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for nearly fifty years. 


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bearing the new nark of Pure Utrain 
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FOLLOW THE SIGNS FROM THE HIGHWAY 
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Can a da 's team consists of the ton 4 meat mad I 
women alders from across Canada. Following this 
exhibit!on tournament the team will leave for Austra¬ 
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from 28 ooHntries. 


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Wests, Scots 
Scoreless Tie 


Victoria Wests, young, fast arid aggressive, held highly- 
rated Canadian Scottish to a scoreless draw yesterday in their 
first division Victoria and District Soccer League match at 
Royal Athletic Park. 

Heywood Park and Brodies and Gorge tangle at Royal Ath¬ 
letic Park. 

In today's first division matches, Kickers play Luckies at 
Windsor Park; Uni versify plays Gorge at Gordon Head, and 
Sidney and Westa play at Beacon Hill Park. 

All games start at 2 p.m. 


NEWMARKET (Reuters)—The Irish five-year-old 1 
Tarqogan carried top weight to victory in the Cam¬ 
bridgeshire Handicap run over one mile and one furlong 
here Saturday. 

. ! The Irish-owned Tarqogan 
Tarqogan, son of the Amen- glowed in lhe last ^ furjoog, 

can sir* Black Tarquin beat the and put in a spurt at the urg- 
four-yeer-old Ally Karelia by ( a ing of jockey Bill Williamson to 
neck. get his head in front at the end 

. of 1'4-mile race. 

Four lengths back in third 

jj . The race, on which thousands 
place came Langley P ■ r k. ^ wiU * ^ ou , ^ 

atarted at 100 to 8, followed ^ Hospitals Sweepstakes, 
closely by Indian Echo, starting was worth £5,157 (J15.471) to 
at 20 to 1. the winner. 

PHOTO FINISH WO SC ARE 

The hones finished wide England's Karelia came 
across the field and a photo was through the middle of the 30- 
call ed far to distinguish the first horse field and looked a likely 
and third positions winner until caught close on the 

The winner started at 100 to ! lne ** Tarqogan, a brown 
I and Karelia at 22 to 1. horM °* by Tar¬ 

quin. 

Quissett. owned by Canadian „ „ . 

Murray P. Fleming and the J Karelia a »to-l starter rid- 
favorite before s h e started * n by A ,an *? relfcy - <*« 
coughing Friday, never had a Larry, “ by Kel ‘ y - 
chance. The chestnut filly fin- Langley Park was ridden by 
Ished down the field and out of Ron Reader, and Indian Echo 
the first 10. by Jack McKeowan. 


YOU 


Thrw Ftratral Chapelt 
Dedicated fa 
Thoughtful and 
Understanding Service 


Best in Armed Forces Again 

Accepting Pearkes Trophy for Cana- for second year in succession by beat- 
dian armed services soccer champion- ing Black Watch of Gagetown, N.B. 
ship from Lieutenant-Governor G. R. 5-0, Friday at the Naden grounds.— 
Pearkes is HMCS Naden team captain (National Defence photo) 

John Larsen. Naden won the title 


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Deni* Law at the end of the Saturday. He wa* hoping to cela- aoore a comfortable 5-3 win, 
first half—John Fitzpatrick tub- brata by breaking the Spun centre forward Day Qwrnley 
atituted — but wa* struggling record at home—they have not netting three, 
long before hi* departure, in been beaten there in 32 matches. In Scotland, Rangers and Cal- 
fact from the moment Scottish Sheffield United kept its place tic both had to fight far league 
International Alan Gilzean put at the top of the table by beat- points. Two by Alec Willoughby 
Tottenham in front in the 25Cfa ing Stoke City 3-2. Sheffield has gave Rangers a 2-1 win over HI- 
mlnute. 19 points, followed by Leeds, 17, bemian and a late goal by 

It was learned later Law was and Arsenal, West Bromwich, Bobby Lennox helped Celtic 
Worried by a leg injury. Liverpool, Burnley and Totten- beet Falkirk 4-3. 

Nell Johnson, Spurs teen-aged ham—all with 16. e e * 

winger, scored his first goal in Sheffield appeared to be cruis- 
league football when he ham-ling to an easy win over Stoke “7”^ 

mered home the second goal 1 City when it led 2-0 after 22 Attm L w<- gmaaiLk I. 
after 38 minutes. Then Totten- minutes. But Stoke fought beck BWrvtmm «. cmm i_ 
ham scored two goals in two to equalize and was slightly un- SSif*. 
mkajtea by Jimmy Greevee and lucky in the end to drop both i "* a "■» !«—w— t 


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ball league and the so-called season record against Nanaimo, 
“easy" berth In the playoffs In the battle far third and 
this afternoon when they tackle fourth spots (the fourth place 
Cowichan Timbermen at Car- team pliy* the league champ 
narvon Park in the last game in the playoffs) Victoria Hornets 
of the season. and James Bay Mustangs try 

Fanners are currently tied to break their current third- 
with Nanaimo Redmen in first place deadlock at Macdonald 
place. But even if the Redmen Park, 
beat Campbell River in Nanai- All games start at 2 p.m. 


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cxmrr a Newe 1 
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Halfback Ted Budai gave St. 
Andrew's a 1-0 lead at the 16 
minute mask on a taee kick from 
19 yards but Slggi Gohringer tied 
the score ten minutes later, de¬ 
flecting a corner kick from Alex 
King into the net. 

The teams played csi even 
terms in die second half until 14 
minutes from the end when right 
winger Noel Cumming rsced 
down the right wing nnd lofted 
a 28-yard shot over the hands 
of New Westminster goalie A1 
Galway. 

This afternoon bare the Fire¬ 
fighters and Victoria United 


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ynrtar X SOannrr 4 
Motitroaa X AlidrteonlaM X 
Quran at South 2. Arbroath X 
Men i Park t, Ayr United 1. 
Rail* X Sifnhouwiralr X 

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Arda X OlUaavUI* 1 
Ballymana 1. Col-raln# X 
Cruaadara I. Poriadoara X 
Derry City I, Clanlnran X 
DHtSlary X Baa** X 
Girmvan X Llnfttld 1. 

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Brt|titan X Yart City X 
*#ad!n* I. Working!an X 


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VANCOUVER (CP)-St. An¬ 
drew's scored their first victory 
since coming back into the Paci¬ 
fic Coast Soccer League after an 
absence of three years, by down¬ 
ing New Westminster Royals,! 
2-1, here Saturday. 

The defeat, first In three 
games far the Royxk this sea¬ 
son. left the New Westminster 
Club and St. Andrew's in a tie 
for third place. Each have three 
point* from three games — one 
point less than the joint lenders, 
Vancouver Firefighters and the 
UBC Th underbids. 


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Results of yesterday's games 
in the lower Island juvenile 
socoer league: 

HVBMW hi 

GoTM rc I. P*rk»r Jnhiwten 1; 
C>rM OMAdtora I. Cmk Bay OpdtnlaU 
2 : lintona Optlmlala X Unadowm 0: 
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IrliM I; Mac4ilnl*W 4. LaJaMlOl 1; Xaqul- 
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Cores *. Pro Pata * 

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mm 4: Uuivanlty Rralty 1, PanlnauU 
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Kvndnc otrflmlata (I, Proastri Lakr 9: 
Boy* Club J, Gorte PC 1: Shell 4, Em)ui 
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Sunday, October 17, IMS _ 


Motorists Play HornI 


Lt It KSTF.K, Kunlun.! (( P) — Thr latest RimniU'k in 
cur window Ktlckcrn to a pla*llr trunvfer that lookn like a 
bullet hole. Dealer Robin Kturg>'*« nays the Jit mm Bond 
fraze Man wild thousand* of the nllckem at elgl»t|M'n«'t* earli. 
lie nnld one net to a clergyman. 


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door television outlets for 
gypsies in this area. 


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stains than other fhnr cover¬ 
ings, I would suggest you re¬ 
cover the floor with vinyl or 
vinyl asbestos. Otherwise, you 
will have to put up with the 
dents and marks. 

Flooring experts say it is bet¬ 
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fore InSlMMng new floor cover¬ 
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tend wito the fact you have a 
higher Boor, which means you 
will have to be sure any full 
doors or low cabinet doors olear 
the new floor. 

Putting new tile over old tile 
has been done successfully, pro¬ 
viding the old tiles are securely 
attached. However, before put¬ 
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remove toe mottling at toe bot¬ 
tom of toe baaeboard. It you do 
it carefully, you may easily re¬ 
place it after the new tiles are 


Q We’ve been married only 
a year, hut already my wile 
must think 1 ain tbe champion 
of all do-it-yourselfers. She has 
found an old house In the 
country, which evea I eaa see 
needs a lot of repairs and 
probably new plumbing aad 
wiring. My wife seems to have 
fallen In love with tbe place 
and keeps Insisting we buy It 
aad fix It np ourselves. She 
has big plana—big plans for 
me that Is— to not only repair 
the house Iwt lo remodel snd 
make some additions, on week¬ 
ends. I’ll admit I am a rather 
handy man with a hammer, 
but I shudder at what I'll get 
Into oa this Job. Caa yon 
somehow help me coavlaoe her 
that trying to remodel aa old, 
old house simply la not 
feasible. 

A. without wanting to mix In In place, 
family differences, I must agree 
with your wife that acme old 
houses can be modernized at 
reasonable. economical cost, 
which would be a bargain. 

On the other hand, you may 
be right, because some old 
houses are either in auch a 
state of disrepair or do not lend 
themselves structurally to major 
changes and renovation that It 
would not be economically 
sound to undertake the venture. 

Also, you are right that an By FAITH ANGUS regarded as one of the founders 

amateur, even though he msy of the Union of Burma. The 

be skillful with a hammer and ^ covers now on display are from 

saw. should not attempt a major bearing the emergency Qun ^ collection, 
building Job with which he la Hill” overprints on British Bur- e * e 

unfamiliar ms stamps are being displayed 

Now that I have straddled the for tbe Brat time at Arizona 

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'Chin Hill 9 Rarities 
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This should restore yesir floor emergency mail, overprinting 
If the scratches an. not beyond "OHMS" an normal King 
the hairline stags. George VI stampe when the 

* * * stock of British Burma officials 

was exhausted. 

This was accomplished by 
three methods:- By a crude 
handprint type; by Use of a 
typewriter and by hand manu¬ 
script in Ink. 

One ot lhe largest accumula¬ 
tions of these Chin overprint! 
all on cover, belong to a leader 
. of the resistance movement, 
the Hon. Vum Ko Hau who ia 


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20 llsiln (flnlonlft. 
v Sunday, Octobar IT, 1*65 


Court Shocked* Laiv Officers Warned 



Happy Failures 
See Meal Burn 


ores 


improperly inducing a suspect ; with any offence.'* Mr. Justice 
to make a statement. [Gregory told the jury "and 

He told a jury to acquit for trust this comment from me 
lack of evidence four men whose will suffice to ensure it never 
trial was in its third week— occurs again.” 

Donald Thompson, Bruce Haw- The judge said it was “foreign 
kins. vSHriiard McGough and to our principles of justice that 
Donald Barley, anyone should without a war- 

i * * * rant be arrested or detained 

"I was shocked to learn that against his will on the basis of 
some of the accused here were an investigation being coo- 
arreBted without being charged ducted’.*' 


VANCOUVER iCPl — An, 
assize court judge Friday criti¬ 
cized police methods, then! 
instructed a jury to acquit four! 
men charged with conspiring to 
import marijuana. , 

Mr. Justice George Gregory I 
criticized police for arresting 
suspects without first charging 


He said independent acts by 
Hawkins, McGough and Barley, 
respectively, w { t h Thompson 
were not enough to establish a 
conspiracy shared by the four 
of them. 


senior police officer told one of 
the accused men after he had 
been charged: “Have you ever 
heard of anyone being hurt by 
the truth?" 


LONDON — Britain's Failures 
Club set a new record in failure. 
It failed to get through its an¬ 
nual dinner. 

What happened was that the 
kitchen caught fire. 

All 18 failures stood on the 
sidewalk, drinking wine, while 
firemen doused the blaze. 

Club President Ernest Kay 
said . “Some of our members 
actually are quite prosperous, 
but to get in the club each one 
must prove to have failed at 
something really worthwhile. 

■This is the first time we 
have collectively failed to have 
dinner.'' 


He said such a challenge was 
clearly an inducement, and 
described it as “more subtle 
than the rubber hose used in 
the third degree, but equally 


"There is no evidence that any 
of these men are guilty of the 
crime with which they are 
charged,” he said. 


Mr. Justice Gregory said a 


Improper. 


EATON S Quality Brand 


ROME—The public prosecutor 
at Vleterbo near Rome has 
asked that actresses Giaa Lollo- 
i.rigid* and Virus Uni and ac¬ 
tors Jean Sorel and Niao Man 
fredl be sent for trial on a 
charge of appearing in obscene 
scene* for a movie, Le Bambole 
(The Dolls!, a court source said. 


Virna 


lungs. Her agent said “She’s 
still weak but doing marvel¬ 
ously.” 


Japan would also refuse to send 
troops anywhere outside the 
country if it were asked to do 
so by the United Nations. 


BUENOS AIRES—The wife ofj 
former Argentine dictator Joan 
I’cron faces the possibility of 
being asked to leave the coun¬ 
try. Interior Minister Joan 
Palmero said Peron’s 33-year- 
old wife Isabel may be formally 
requested to leave Argentina, f j 


DAYTON, Ohio—Airman John 
A. Elby and civilian co-worker 
Percy Braosoom. used 1100 
worth of spare electronics parts 
to build an aircraft tracking 
device whioh an electronics 
firm wanted 1100,000 to make. 


RANGOON — The Cambodian 
head of state, Prince Norodom 
Slahaaoak, said he cancelled 


HOLLYWOOD — Actress 
Sandy Dennis and jazz saxopho¬ 
nist Gerry Mulligan disclosed 
they were married last June in 
Connecticut. Miss Dennis, 27. 
starred on Broadway in Any 
Wednesday and A Thousand 
Clowns. She's currently filming 
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
with Elisabeth Taylor and Rich 
ard Barton. 


INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. A kiss 
in time saved an 18-year-old 
youth three days in jail. Judge 
Baal Babb of criminal court 
sentenced Jerry Roger* of In¬ 
dianapolis to 90 days at the state 
farm for driving a stolen ear. 
Before he was led away, Rogers 
kiaaed his mother goodby. 

'"Dial Jkmi he's a nice boy.” 
Rabb interjects^ and out the 
sentence to 60 days. “Kiss her 
again,” urged the youth's at¬ 
torney, but the judge said, 
“Once te enough.” 


NEW YORK 


Robert G. 
Thompson, 50, convicted Com¬ 
munist conspirator and former 
executive secretary of the U.S. 
Communist party, waa found 1 
dead in his Riverside Drive 
apartment by his wife. He was 
one of the 11 Communists first; 
convicted under the Smith Act 
which made it a crime to teach 
or advocate the violent over¬ 
throw of the government. 


WASHINGTON — Doctors re¬ 
moved all the stitches from 
President Johnson'* abdomen 
and reported “all went well.” 
Dr. George Halleobeek of Mayo 
Clinic, chief surgeon at the op¬ 
eration. supervised removal of 
the stitches. 


First Vice-President 


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Abdel HaUra Amor of toe United 
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1905 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Sidney Commissioner Anar 


By JIM BRAHAN 

Resignation - prone Sidney village officials are 
making a mockery out of elected office. Commissioner 
Douglas Taylor stormed Saturday?' 

"I'm getting sick and tired of 
people who coma wandering 

into thig village council to take \Ex-MPs Critical 

the oath of office with a Bible ■ - ■— . - . . ■ 11 

in one hand and a typed resigns-1 

tion in their hip pocket.” I w • 

“ONE WAS HONEST" I Vlfl|ll 1 

“These people are making a I V 

mockery out of the responsibil- J 

ity and seriousness of elected 1 1 

office." ha laid. W'V 1 | 

“It ia my opinion that at least I l/\| 1 r| I 
the last one to resign was hon- L 

eit enough to admit that he had 
no reason to quit” 

Col. J. H. Larocque resigned _ The Mv y‘ B handi1 ^ * *** 
as village chairman Thuraday ^ 
after less this, three weeks in “??? ™ C 
the port. He was the fourth J? J2l 

elected village official to remgn Gr "**f ™nnbe^ <* * lp 

this year. last Parliament 

TWO OUT EARLIER _ The Waa c ^ 6fred ^ 

_ . . . . _ i September by the department 

Former chapman A. A, Cor-* nat|onaJ ^ 

™ Bluett 404 Sherk Street, a 
Heward resigned Aug. 23 after _ ._ ^ , _, 

Iheir obiMio™ to . H».«Sr2T““2 
roads development program had 

been overridden by the other ** br>b ^ “ thp 

commissioners. naval 

Another commissioner. J. G. 

MitcheU. resigned earher this BrU ** 

year after a dispute in council ** Cft ^ to ****& 
over the passing of the budget. CONSERVATIVE 
I MEETING TCE8DAV George Chattel-ton. Qawerv- 

Commissioner Taylor said the, aGw member of the last PartU- 
! village commission trill meet far Esquimalt - Saarach, 

I Municipal Affairs Minister Dan; #a,a 

Campbell Tuesday afternoon, "Any investigation by the 


A Startling Affair 


Taylor 


False Alarm 
4 Sick Humor 


Sidney fire department rushed to the Mills Road home o l 
village commissioner L. R. Christian Saturday morning after 
a major alarm—which proved false -was telephoned into 
the station. 


Mr. Christian, who was not home at the time, said it was 
“rather a startling affair" for his wife and 16-year-old 
daughter who were eating breakfast when the fire wagons 
roared into the yard. 

"Somebody certainly has a sick sense of humor,” he said. 


"If Mr. Billett was not called, 
then the mvestzgatidn is even 
more suspect. 

“They shoukl welcome an out¬ 
side, independent tovestigatlnrt to 
clear their name." 

LIBERAL 

David Grot*, Libera! member 
of the lari Parliament for Vic¬ 
toria, commented: 

“If they were conducting an 
inquiry into Ms (Mr. BilWt'sl 
charges of irregularities, then he 
should have been able to present 
what he felt the irregularities 
were." 

(A letter to Mr. Billett from 
1 the department stated that his 
charges were the subject of the 
investigation.) 

“We’ll have to await the 
results of the inquiry before 
judging.” said Mr. Grom. 

Mr. Billett, 46, was suspended 
and then laid off and never 
rehired after an argument with 
a fellow employee ki 1963. 


Fire chief Arthur Gardiner said the alarm had been 
received at 9:06 a.m., and knowing the house supposedly 
to be burning he had dispatched three trucks to the scene. 

* * # 

"The caller very calmly said the whole of the roof was 
on fire,” the chief said. "The voice also gave the occupant’s 
name and correct address.” 

He pointed out the caller's voice is permanently recorded 
on tape in the fire department quarters. 


Chim C.him man Harry Seto devining Ida Dong's fortune 


seen 


Secret's Out 


Passing 


val was Chim Chim 


One of the mysteries at the 
Orient - the Chinese zodiac - 
was explained by pageant Satur¬ 
day to a record crowd of Vic¬ 
torians at the 10th annual 
lantern Festival of the Victoria 
Chinatcwn Lions. 

The Chinese use a 13-year 
cycle with an animal represent¬ 
ing each of the years, aa 
opposed to the Occidental 12- 
month cycle. 


comer, 

where one of the ancient Gods 
of the Far East revealed per¬ 
sonal dally fortunes for true 
believers. I 

Saturday's Chim Chim man 
was Harry Seto of Fashion 
Cleaners, who explained how 
the 18 gods at Lor Hon from 
south eastern China told the 
future. 


Chinese 

Explain 

Zodiac 


Saanich Fatality 


the Tiger are deep thinkers and Three joss sticks must he lit 
sensitive. and placed before the golden 

There was a wide and colorful statue. Personal thoughts will 
variety of Interesting objects at be carried on the smoke from 
the festival, from 100 -year-old the burning incense and travel 
paintings depicting Chinese his- on the wind to one of the gods, 
tarical and legendary figures to who will take It upon himself 
novelties made by the ladies of to disclose the personal fortune 
the Lions during working bees. The seeker bows three times 
* * * to the statue, and the Chim 

There were home cooking j Chen man shakes a tube 
stalls, one Oriental and one j of numbered bamboo sticks until 
Occidental, Lanterns and a stall one falls from the tube. The 


Stroke Feared 
Bullet Found 
Police Probing 


The pageant, written by 
Bessie Tang and presented by 
fantastically - costumed coat of 
40, played out the parts of the 
animals In each of the Chinese 
years, at Central Junior High 
School. » * -1 

Mrs. Tang-begkming with the 
year 1900—explained the system, 
which starts the cycle with the 
Year at the Rat. follmed by 
the Ox. Tiger, Rabbit. Dragon, 
Snake, Horse, Sheep. Monkey. 
Cock, Dog and Boar. 


Saanich police are invertigat-, 
ing the death of 50-year-old ware-1 
houseman Arthur Davies, taken' 
to Royal Jubilee Hospital Satur¬ 
day with a suspected stroke but 
found on arrival to have a bullet 
in his head. 

Late last night, Det.-Sgt. Robin 
Stewart, head of Saanich detec¬ 
tives, said police had a . 22 - 
calibre rifle in their possession 
but would not comment on what 
line of investigation they were 
taking. 

Coroner Edmond Jorre de St| 
Jorre indicated he would be call- j 
ing an inquest. 

Police said Mr. Davies was 
found sitting on his bed,at his 
home, 5395 West Saanich, by his 
wife Marjorie. 72. Mrs. Davies 
called police at about 7:30 a.m. 

But it was not suspected at 
toe time there had been any 
violence. 

Mr. Davies died In hospital 
about noon. 

He was employed by Dickson's 
Importing. 


A person supposedly will take 
on some of the traits of the j 
■ mmal representing the year. | 
People bem In the Year of 
the Rat are supposed to be very 
thrifty and exceptionally charm¬ 
ing. Those born in the Year of 


Only an unexpected source ol 
income 


could permit the Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria to contribute 
to a proposed campus Centen-, 
mal stadium, the manager of 
the university development of-, 
fice said Saturday. 

Floyd Fairclough discounted a 
report that the university might 
pay a share of construction 
costs if the stadium were to go 
ahead. 

The university has tentatively 
offered a site for the stadium as 
a compromise to the current 
intermunicipal deadlock over a 


project. is implemented." he added. 

The site is the one the univer- j * university 

hoard of governors committee 
aity had picked out for toe ^ ^cuss ^ stadium pro- 

same Mr. ^ ^ with representatives of the 

fiv. Greiter Victoria n,»* W 

In the present building program. 1 

which wont be completed until .. ■ » ■ 

around 1970 Ur. CJllStlOttU 

"We certainly haven't any Wopo 

money at all. We can't release &peaK8 Here 
anything because we haven't Dr. Brock Chkriolm, furmer 
anything to release." said Mr. director-general of toe World 
Fairclough. Health Organization, will ad- 

"We would need to have some drew memberi of tie local 
additional financial support be- biwiK* of tie United Nations 
fore we could put money Into Asaocdatkai at an Empress 
a stadium.” Hoed reception at 3 p.m. Satur- 

“I suppose things could da ^'- 
change if the Bladen report m to be followed by 

(which advocates increased * 


For Nurse 


Federal Returning Officer 


An inquest will be held in 
Vancouver Wednesday into the 
death of Jean Hilsden. 2771 
Dufferin, who died Thursday of 
injuries suffered in a Mainland 
traffic accident Oct. 9. 

The 22-year-old nurse was 
taking a public health course 
at UBC. 

She was fatally injured when 
her motorcycle collided with a 
car. The bike was a graduation 
present from her lather. 

Funeral services will be held 
j in Chaplin's funeral chapel her* 
at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. 


By BOB PETHM.K 

Victoria's federal election re-j 
turning officer is planning is 
run for reeve of Eaquimalt. 

Lawyer Ray Bryant confirm¬ 
ed Saturday that he will seek 
election as reeve. Eequimalt 
Coun. George Argyle has al¬ 
ready announced his intention 
to run for toe reeveship. 

Mr. Bryant said Saturday he 
had been encouraged to run by 
pledges of support. 

FOIXOW5 FATHER 

Should Mr. Bryant be elected, 
he will be chairman of the coun¬ 
cil on which his father, Cbun. 
James Bryant, has served for 
many years. 

"As a native son of Esquimau, 
1 have witnessed the orderly, 
progressive development of our 
municipality with ever-increas¬ 
ing satisfaction. I have also felt 
a great pride in toe major con¬ 
tribution made by my father in 
his many years on council.” 
said Mr. Bryant. "It Is partly 
because of this that I desire to 
continue the family tradition 
of service to the taxpayers." 

”1 feel strongly that the 
reeve's responsibilities are con¬ 


siderable.” he said, adding that, 1 becoming even more complex 

toe society in which the muni- every day. 

cipaiity exists ia complex and probll . ms which our mu- 

nicipality Is going to face In the 

„ next few years will be new prob- 

leras requiring origtaaJ thought 
and attention, "' 

LIMITED CAMPAIGN 

Sir "Aa a lawyer, I feel I have 

lip the ability and training to deal 

f MB best with the problems facing 

‘ the reeve in giving direction to 

he said. 


Thief Lifts 
Suitcases 
From Car 

Personal Hems totalling 3299 


City Communist Candidate 
Will Not Vote for Himself 


our municipality. 

Due to his duties as a federal 
retumiijg officer, he said, he 
would conduct a limited cam¬ 
paign until after Nov. 8. 

ISSUES SERIOUS 

“I have promised my sup¬ 
porters that I will conduct a vig¬ 
orous positive campaign, as the 
Issues at stake are serious ones 
and must be presented as such 
to our taxpayers."* he said. 

“If elected, I Intend to devote 
as much time as necesSary to 
carry out the duties of this posi¬ 
tion to toe very best of my 
ability," he said. 


were stolen from a Port Renfrew I 
man's parked car lale Friday I 
night. 

Donald Fairbaim told city 
police that two white suitcases 
containing the items had been 
taken from his car while It wasj 
parked In the 1400 block Har-j 
risen. 


One person for sure who 
won’t be voting for W. S. 
E. Morrison, Communist can¬ 
didate in Victoria, Is W. S. E. 
Morrison, Communist candi¬ 
date. 

Mr. Morrison doesn't have a 
vote in Victoria, because his 
place of residence la West Van¬ 
couver. 

Although a person may be 
a candidate In any constitu¬ 
ency he chooses, he must vote 
In toe constituency in which 
he resides at the time of the 
Issuing of the election writ — 
Sept. 8. In the current case. 


McPhillips (PC), 14,333; 

Isherwood (L), 14,117; Audain 
(SC), 5,776; Fanthorpe (NDP), 
5,520. 

This election Mr. Isherwood 
I* campaign manager for the 
Victoria Progressive Conserva¬ 
tive candidate. Rev. Clifford 
Waite. 


Election Notebook 
Bv Ian Arrol 


Big Chequ 
Worthless 


Bryant 


NANAIMO - Stanley Eric! 
Hunter, 18, Lake Cowiehan, 
pleaded guilty In police court 
here Saturday to issuing a 
worthless $900 cheque. 

Mr. Hunter was remanded 
until Monday for a pre-sentence 
report. 


Morrison, running that year 
for the Communists (or Labor- 
Progressive Party as it was 
called then) In Comox-Albemi, 
received 870 votes. 

It is therefore no "evil 
machination of capitalistic 
propaganda" to say the Com¬ 
munist candidate doesn't stand 
a chance of being elected in 
1965. 


came back and stayed until 
the last election in 1963 that 
saw the victory of David 
Groos. 

Here are the figures from 
that election: David Grooa 
(L), 15,040; Eric Charman 
(PC), 13,502; Harry Fanthorpe 
(NDP). 5.757; Millard Mooney 
(SCI, 5,701, Foster Isherwood 
(Ind). 3,460. 


In 1958, Mr. McPhillips led 
his Liberal opponent, Geoffrey 
Ellis—who ia now campaign 
manager for the Social Credit 
candidate, M. F. Hunter- 
24,945 to 8,706 for a victory 
margin of 16,239. 

The Victoria voter who at 
this point "knows” who is go¬ 
ing to win had better have 
another look in the crystal 
But. in the previous election ball, 
of 1962, Mr. Isherwood. run- With new issues and new 
rung as Liberal candidate, alignments and new jierson- 
came within 216 votes of de- alilies and a large uncommit- 
feating the Conservative can- ted vote, the ciystal ball is 
didate, A. dcB. McPhillips: mighty cloudy these days. 


. . . The total of Greater Victoria area boys helped 
through parols and after-cars service by the B.U. Borstal 
Association rose to more thaa M. This work caa continue 
and expand oaly If yon glva geaeronnly to the United 
Appeal again ... 


Classes Planned 
By Optimists 

Victoria Optimist Club is be¬ 
ginning its 12th annual junior 
oratorical classes at 7:30 p.m. 
Tuesdays at the Optimist Home. 
101 Superior. Classes are for 
hoys from 11 to 16 years of age. 


Cabinet Joins 
For Tribute 

The provincial cabinet will at¬ 
tend the annual civil servants' 
dinner to be held at the Em¬ 
press Hotel on Dec. 14 in honor 
df employees with 25 years of 
continuous service. 


The last time a Communist 
ran in Victoria federal riding 
was in the election of 1953. The 
candidate was Ernest Knott, 
who in this election Is cam¬ 
paign manager for Mr. Mor¬ 
rison. 

Mr. Knott received 313 voles 
in the 1953 election, while Mr. 


Wlw then will he elected in 
Victoria? 

A Conservative era ended in 
1940 in this riding with Liberal 
victories through to 1957, at 
which tima toe Conservatives 























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Married at Sooke 


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worn by the bride. Her bouquet 
wax erf pink Delight roses and 
her pearl necklace was a gift 
from the groom. 

Matron of honor was Mrs. 
Sandra Banner and Miss Wendy 
Mlchelsen. sister of the bride, 
and Miss Lynda Sullivan, were 
bridesmaids. 

They wore sheath Empire 
style gowns of coral pink chif¬ 
fon over crepe and their head- 
pieces of satin rosebuds had 
veil trim. Their bouquets were 
cascades of white chrysanthe¬ 
mums and crystal drop neck¬ 


laces end earrings were gifts 
from the bride. 

Mr. Allen Qirtis was best 
man and Mr. Tony Knowles 
and Mr. Larry Neil showed 
guests to the pews. 

After a reception at Broome 
Hill Golf Club the couple left 
on a honeymoon to the United 
States. Going away the bride 
wore an emerald green wool 
suit with brown accessories and 
beige cymbidium orchid cor¬ 
sage. They will live at Sooke. 


At a double ring ceremony, 
performed • by Rev. A. Beaton 
in Knox Presbyterian Church at 
Sooke. Miss Marilyn Winnifred 
Michelsen was united in mar¬ 
riage with Mr. Leo Brian (Toby) 
Hlrd. 

The bride, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Mandus Michelsen of 
Sooke. was given in marriage 
by her fa'her. 

A floor length sheath of tiered 
Chantilly lace fashioned with 
lily point sleeves, battaau neck¬ 
line and graceful train flowing | 
out from the shoulders was ; 


His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Pearkas will 
entertain at a coffee party In Government House an Monday. 
Among their guests will be Mrs. J. A. McArthur, viofrchalrtnan 
in charge of the United Appeal residential canvass, which 
begins that day, division and area chairmen and team captains. 


Wedding Guest* 

Here from Scarborough, Ont. for tha Beet-Tabor wed¬ 
ding Saturday afternoon in Victoria Goapel Hall were Mrs. 
L. Tabor, Mrs. R_ Thomas, and Carol and Shirley. Also attend¬ 
ing were Mrs. E. Hm, Hardisty, Alta.; Mr. and Mra. M. Hope 
with Philip and Bruce, Mrs. C. McKinley, and Miss G. Me 
Klnley, ail of North Surrey. B G. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wall. 
Langley, B.G 


Best-Tabor 


Announce Marriage 

Mrs. B. Metcalfe announces tha marriage of her daughter, 
Birdie Spotswood. to Mr. Jamee M. Duprau, ton erf Mrs. S. A- 
Duprau of Victoria and the late Mr. Duprau. The wedding 
took place at the Church of Our Lord with Bishop D. A. G. 
Rankilor officiating 


Pantry Shower 

Mist Marilee Turner, whose marriage to Mr. Leslie Hodg¬ 
kins taka place on Oct. 22. was honored at a surprise pantry 
and kitchen shower held at the Howard Street home of Miss 
Gail Hodgkins. Gaily decorated shopping bags were filled with 
kitchen items and food. Attending were Mrs. O. Turner, 
mother of bride-elect; Mrs. F. Hodgkina. mother of groom- 
elect; Mrs. M. RatcUffe, Mrs. W. Delamont, Mrs. W. Richard¬ 
son. Mrs. J. Knight, Mis. M. Boo reman, Mrs. A. MacFsrlane, 
Mra N. Butterfield. Mrs. Ward and tha Misses Gail Turner, 
Sandra Hodgkins, and Penny Wallia 


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A decorated laimdry basket 
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Styled with a scoop neckline and 
aleeves ending in lily points and 
highlighted with lace appliques. 
A bridal bow accented the back 
waistline. Her two-tler veil 
misted from a coronet starred 
with crystals and pearls and she 
carried yellow roses, stephano-' 
tis and ivy In her cascade bou- 1 
quet. 

The church was decorated 
with arrangements of yellow 
and bronze chrysanthemums 
when Huron Sheppard heard 
marriage vciws uniting the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil¬ 
liam E. Tabor. 1736 Kings Road, 
and the ion of Mr. and Mrs/ 
Willard Best of Duncan. Mr. 
Tabor gave his daughter in mar¬ 
riage. 

"The Lord's Prayer” was 
sung by soloist Mis. Daniel 
Webster during the ceremony. 
Organist was Miss Grao* Jones. 

Floor-length gowns of peacock 


quets of yellow ehryianlhe- 

muras. 

Flower girl Dana Webster was 
in a floor-length frock of white 
crystal charm with matching 
bow headpiece and basket of 
yellow chrysanthemums. 

Douglas Best was best man 
for his brother. Guests were 
ushered to pews marked with 
blue and white floral nosegays 
by Harry Hill, George Heyd and 
Harold Dawes. 

William Lambert p r op o sed the 
toast to Ms niece at the reeep- 
tir. tn the lower auditorium of 
the hall. 

Mr«. W. Sum made the wed-, 
ding cake, surrounded with yel¬ 
low tulle and floral arrange¬ 
ments, which centred the bride's! 
table. 

The couple will -make their 
home in Duncan following a 
honeymoon trip to the main¬ 
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•thara with Parilsn ianab. 

COATS trim mm. 

•oauls UUn>< Ia t.MSi. mm. 
ban w) mu. Aik to *m U>i 
"wl. roinita _ 

PtAlq on m« ilAa. «a U.i 

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Thin but bold stripes give a 
•leek look to tills three-piece 
cotton outfit by Italian de¬ 
signer Avagolf. The buttonless 
coat with kimono sleeves Js 
worn over matching skirt and 
■wester. It was among fash¬ 
ions exhiDited by several top 
Italian designers in Toronto, 
Oct. 13. — (CP Photo) 


Concert Party Feted 

Directors of Holyrood House and their wives entertained 
the White Heather Concert Party following the performance 
at Royal Theatre. A buffet supper was servad in the Scotia 
Dining Room which was decorated with bronze and yellow 
mums. Members of the concert party attending were Mr. 
Neil Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stewart. Mr. Arthur Spink, 
Mr. J. Alexander, Mr. T. Alexander, Mr. Max Kay, Mias Sally 
Logan and Ml*s Olive Rae. 

Also attending were Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Mam, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Dtrom, Mr. and Mrs. G. Dakers. Mr. and Mrs. C 
Cameron, Mr. and Mra. J. Nordal, Mr. D. Cooper, Dr and Mrs. 
R. Hunter, Alderman and Mr*. Robert Baird. Mr. and Mr*. T. 
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Dysart, Mr. and Mra. J. Robert**!, 
Mr. and Mra, D. Stewart, Mr. and Mra. A. Stephan, Mrs. J. 
Hudson, Miss G. MacKay and Miss Isobel Crawford. 


Latin* Waar Shapp* 


Brief Bobs sparkle with permanent colour 
the new "Nice # n Easy" Clairol way 

Now that you'ra curling up in the latest hairstyles . . . colour-up with 


Mon.. Tum„. Wed. 


of artificial Autumn flowers 
were presented to Hie bride-elect 
and to her grandmother. Mrs, H. 
Peasland. 

Guests included: Mesdames 
Clark,, F. Giles, T. Peasland, G. 
McLeod, J. Bone, A. Kneeshaw, 
J. Fulton, J. Falconer, L. Har- 
kin and Misses J. Baxter and 
Lea Arm Hunt 


Nov. 28—4 DAY CRUISE... 
from 180.00 UJS. up. Return by! 
air or bus, or continue on 14- 
DAY HOLIDAY CRUISE TOi 
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of the Victoria social season, will be Hon. G. R. 
Pearkes, Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia; 
Hi* Honor Judge Joseph B. Clearihue, chancellor 
of the university; Dr. Malcolm D. Taylor, president 
of the university and Mayor R. B. Wilson of the 


city of Victoria. The famed Empress smorgasbord 
will be Berved. Pictured at pre-tasting party are 
Mr. and Mrs. Davie T. Price, head chef Clarence 
Butler, Mr. and Mr*. Davie Edgar, Mr, Floyd A. 
Fairclough, with Ann Burridge and Donald Thomp¬ 
son looking on from the right 


For skin can* a* well a* akin flattery . . . 
new Coni Sflk “Micron" Powder la made from 
the rich, inner layer of the corn cob and it 
makes these wonderful beauty promises: con¬ 
trols oIllness, lasts longer, won’t cake up, won't 
go orange, can’t dog pores, helps prevent 
blackhead*, won't dry akin, flatten with or 
without makeup. 


The third annual University of Victoria Alumni 
ball will be held on Friday, Oct 22, in the ballroom 
of the Empress Hotel from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Extend¬ 
ing their distinguished patronage to this event, 
which has established Itself as one of the highlights 


22 StiiltJ (Tnlonist Victoria, B.C., 5un., Oct. 17, 1965 

Clubs and Societies 


HOME NURSING 
Dr. Frank Gduws wijl be 
guest speaker at thp regular 
meeting of Victoria Home Nurs¬ 
ing Society at 8 p.,m., Oct. 20, 
in the liome of Mrs. H. A. 
(Devin, 418 Chester Street. 

* * a 

Da MOLAY 

Oak Bay Chapter Order of D* 
Mo lay Mother’s Circle will meet 
Monday, Oct. 18, at 8 p.m., at 
tte home of Mrs. R, M. Wells, 
1541 Oakcreat Drive. 


CATHEDRAL CWL 

St. Andrew’s Cathedral Coun¬ 
cil, (fTVL. will hold it* monthly 
meeting at 8 p.m., Oct. 19. in 
the Parish Hall, 740 View 
Street. 

“A CMS ri»r# u !■•< *w»r 

A.B.C. Electric 


Each Corn Bilk Pressed Powder 
Cora SIR Loom Powder 
Corn Silk Tinted Foundation 


1.00 

1.00 

2.00 


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Meet Mias Dec HubbeD. 
8kin Consultant tor 
Bhnltona “Cara Silk 1 * 


Mwt our vluttnji beauty 
export, Mian Don HubbaU. 
who will bu In EATON’S 
Cosmetic Department, Main 
Floor, on October 18th and 
10 th from 9 am. to 5:80 
pm. to damonatmts Cora 
Sflk products and assist you 
with any skin prohlwn* you 
may have. 


EATONS 




EATON’S—Phone 882 7141 
Ask for the “Beauty Salon. 


jize jy x ju 


Chippendale style sculptured openwood frame, 

Antique gold finish, plate mirror .... 

Many other attractive smaller mirrors from $29.50, 


As illustrated 


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Closed all day 
Wednesday 

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Use Broughton St 
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Qailij (Talonirf Victoria, B.C., San., Oct 17, 1965 23 


Business 


Mbw Nazi* L. Dane, president of Canadian Federa¬ 
tion of Business and Professional Women's Clubs 
sends the following greeting to local BPW Club 
iprmbers on the occasion of Business Women’s 
Week ... 

Women in business and professions contribute 
greatly to community life on the economic, social 
and political levels. As both employees and em¬ 
ployers they help keep the wheels of our economy 
turning; as participants in community, provincial 
and national affairs they bring the fine qualities 
of both head and heart to their judgments and 
efforts; and as partners with men in all phases of 
Hfe they are willing to carry their full share of 
responsibility in all their endeavours. « 

During Business Women's Week I would ask all 
members of the community to think what would 
happen if its women suddenly "downed tools.” 
Realizing that most business would grind to a halt 
y this happened, you will want to pay tribute to 
all business and professional women and show them 
how important you think they are. 

(Signed) 

„ NAZLA L. DANE, President 


NA2LA L. DANE 


Arranged by 

Dorothy Wrotnowski, 
Social Editor 


Taking part in the week's activities will be officers and members of the 
three BPW Clubs in the area. Pictured here from left are Miss Elizabeth 
Clement, president of the Victoria chib, and Miss Muriel Campbell, presi¬ 
dent of the Oak Bay club. Also participating will be Mrs. W. Kynaston, 
president of the Sidney club.—(Kinsman) 


Trudy Kemp, 
Social Department 


Seminar on Automation 


A seminar on Automation and the Woman Worker will highlight 
Business Women's Week being observed this week in Victoria start¬ 
ing today. The seminar will take (dace at 8 p.m., Wednesday, in the 
War Amputees' Hall, Oak Bay Junction. 

On the panel will be Mr. R. W. Bush, organization officer of Cana¬ 
dian-Imperial Bank of Commerce, Vancouver, who will deal with Auto¬ 
mation in Banking. From Victoria will be Dr. L D. Pal, department 
of economics and political science. University of Victoria, who will 
speak on How Workers Must Adjust to Automation; Mr. Robert Gisel. 
International Business Machines, speaking on Business Machines and 
Data Processing, and Miss Kathleen Goodall, B.C Telephone Company, 
speaking on the Effect of Automation on the Woman Worker. 

Miss Ruth Adams, past president of Victoria BPW dub, will he 
moderator. 

Because of the wide interest in the subject and the opportunity to 
hear authoritative speakers, members of various business women’s 
organizations as well as the genera! public are urged to attend the 
seminar. 


A number of women s 
dubs in the dty will par- 
tkdpate in the activities 
of Business Women's 
Week. Pictured are from 
left. Mrs. R. A. Fraser, 
president of University 
Women’s Club; Mrs. A. 
C. D. Budd, council presi¬ 
dent, Beta Sigma Phi; 
Mrs. El J. Bell, president. 
Credit Women’s Break¬ 
fast Club, whose organi¬ 
zations will be taking 
part. Other groups in¬ 
clude Soroptimist Club, 
Altrusa Club. Association 
of Women Ejectors, and 
Business Women’s Chris¬ 
tian Fellowship.—(Kins¬ 
man) 


MR. R. W. BUSH 


Making last minute arrangements for Business Women's Week 
In Victoria are members of the planning committee, They are, 
from left to right, Mrs. J. K. Waterman, chairman; Mrs. R. L. 
Wright, convener of the breakfast which was held this morning 


Discussing arrangements for the seminar to take place on Wed¬ 
nesday at 8 p.m. in the War Amputees’ Hall,, Oak Bay Junction, 
are miss Ruth Adams, moderator, and Miss Jean Smith, seated, 
convener.—(Kinsman) 


in the Empress Hotel: Miss Ella Brett, in charge of publicity; 
and Mrs. I. MacMaster, in charge of arrangements for the 
church parade to St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Cathedral which 
followed the breakfast meeting.—(Kinsman) 



















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BIRRS 


Doing the town 

with DOROTHY FRASER 

In praise of our favorite store ... Wilson's!... 

This past week having the Thanksgiving holiday and all, 
we didn't get around to visiting Wilsons ... so instead will 
take the opportunity of telling you something we've been 
mulling over in our mind for a long time . . . the various 
reasons why we so much enjoy shopping at Wilson's ... To 
begin with, everything sold by Wilson's is quality, spelt with 
a capital Q . . . Their clothes wear for simply ages . . . and 
because they’re so well styled, they don’t date quickly ... or 
bore you to death after the first few months . . . Reason No. 2 
. . Wilson's don’t charge for alterations (except In the case 
of sale merchandise) . . . We've got a "thing” about this 
business of alteration charges . . . think when you buy some¬ 
thing good there shouldn't be extra coats ... so naturally this 
no-charge policy of Wilson's keeps us pleasantly soothed . . . 
Other reasons too. like good service, pleasant, helpful sales 

f ieople, relaxed surroundihgs . . . And last . . . but far from 
east ... Is the fact that if you prefer not to pay for your 
purchases all at once, you can easily arrange credit . . . and 
there's never ... we repeat, never . . . any carrying charge! 

. Have you ever figured out just how much carrying charges 
usually amount to? (if not. ask your husband ... he’ll know!) 
... So we say, hooray for ... W. A J. Wilson Limited, 1211 
Government St., 3M-7177. 

The granny . . . streamlined successor to the muu muu 
... is newest lad with West Coast teen-agers . . . de rlgueur 
for dates and after-school wear. 

Now shopping's better than ever at Mbs Frith's... 

This is anniversary time at Miss Frith'* ... Just two years 
ago last week they doubled their size and opened their ready- 
to-wear fashion section which has since become a Mecca for 
so many smart Victoria women . . . Last October, they in¬ 
creased the size of that... for more spaciousness, comfort and 
elegant, surroundings . . . adding new lines of exclusive im¬ 
ported clothes . . . This year’s anniversary . . . last week . . . 
Is marked by the opening of Miss Frith's customer parking 
lot . . . at the Fiegard St. entrance ... So now you am park 
your car . .. for free ... and step right into the store through 
the newlyopened side door ... Great, isn’t it? ... And such a 
convenience ,. . Next time you’re downtown make a point of 
going in . . . and do take time to admire a new shipment of 
imported one-ofa-klnd hats ... of which we’ve only bad a 
peek at so far ... If you’re young and giddy, don't miss Mias 
Frith's new swinging co-ordinate* for the complete look from 
hat to hoae . . . knitted fringed ponchos with tarns, purses, 
shoulder bags, gaiters . . . come in blue, camel,’ Hack Watch 
lartan, as well as a bright red, black and gold plaid we couldn't 
identify by name . . . These are really bnique . . . Mias Frtth 
Millinery * Fashions. 1«17 Douglas SV. EV 8-481Z. 

Advertised In a N Y. store; Fake fur hat, equipped with 
tiny transistor radio and earphone. 


|DoiihIe-Riii" Ceremony 


Salta Qtatantat, VwtofM 

Sunday, Octabar 17, HAS 


Maureen Crampton 
Weds Gordon Heal 


These two young designers, Anne 
Thickett, left, and Diane Fitzsimmons 
are putting in practice some erf the 


techniques for good floral arrange¬ 
ments they learned at a recent course. 
—(Kinsman) 


For Display Work 


Detroit Floral Designer 
Thrilled by Bullrushes 


A word to the wise... 

Don't say we didn’t warn you if ... a few weeks from 
now ... you decide on purchasing something beautiful for your 
home, come Christmas ... at Home Furniture's Gallery . . . 
and then find you can’t get exactly the color or type of piece 
you want delivered in time for the big day . .. Right now the 
Gallery's chock-full of lovely things ... but many are one-of 
a-kind, and can’t be duplicated Inside of a considerable period 
... since they’re all imported ... The thing to do is make your 
selection now ... Home will put a "sold" tag on for you ... or 
In the unlikely event they haven't the exact article your heart 
Is set on ... put the machinery in motion lor getting it fast 
. . . Thera’s a marvellous selection of desks, both large and 
small, in beautifully mined swirl mahogany . . . taboreti, 
neats of tab ia e , Pembroke tea table*, coffee table*, chests, curio 
cabinets ... to name but a few of the choice piece* that eould 
add a note of distinction to your home ... traditional furniture 
of lasting beauty that will bring you endless satisfaction . . . 
So don't procrastinate ... visit . .. Home F’araltnr* Company, 
825 Fort St.. 3824138. 

Chanel’s romantic evening gowns have deep Bertha roilars 
In ermine or sequins. Slender chiffons have long, “angel 
wing” sleeves. 

A perfect holiday by air and sea... 

Here’s a holiday idea that really exdtes us ... It even, 
excites Paulin’s who told us about it, and who are old proa at: 
the travel game (but not, as wa discovered, the least bit blase! 
about it!) ... Its an air/sea vacation to Nassau, Jamaica or! 
Bermuda . . . those palm-fringed islands of eternal sunshine,! 
so aptly named “pearte of the Caribbean" ... Air Canada and 
P A OOrient Lines have combined force* to make these trips: 
possible . .. You fly one way, sail the other, on one ofPiO- 
Orient’s big luxury liners . . . There are eight toura in all. . . 
the first destined for Nassau on Dec. 3rd ... by air ... IQ days 
on that sunny isle, staying at the British Colonial Hotel . . . . 
then aboard the Chusan, with a gala Christmas at sea ... Back 
in time to see the New year in . . . Subsequent trips spread 
out over 1966 . . . five more to Nassau . . . one to Jamaica in 
February and one to Bermuda in May .. . Some leaving by sir, 
others by ship .. . and it's an all-inclusive holiday, staying in 
the best hotels, enjoying delectable meals, exciting sightseeing 
tour* . . . You may travel either 1st dass or tourist aboard 
ship ... all other arrangements are the same . . . Call In to 
Paulin’s for Illustrated brochure and information on rates .. . 
Georga TmmUm Travel Barries, IMfl Goveramaat Hi, EV 2-9188. 

The one-bare-shoulder and atrapiess evening gowns now in 
the fashion limelight practically demand long droo wrings 


“One of our instructor*, who 
was from Detroit, had never 
seen bullrushes before,” ex¬ 
claimed Miss Anne Thickett, who 
along witfi Miss Diane Fitzsim¬ 
mons attended a 19-day course 
for flower arrangement* held re¬ 
cently In Burnaby. 

Miss Thickett went on to ex¬ 
plain that this particular eastern 
designer was “so excited” when¬ 
ever she had a chance to use 
th* bullrushes in arrangements. 

“She used to go to the swamp 
behind the school after classes 
and gatfcar than fay armfuls,” 
Anne remarked. 

“On graduation day we pre¬ 
sented her with a huge bouquet 
of bullruteies and was she ever 
thrilled." Interjected Diane Fitz¬ 
simmons. 

* * * 

The two young designers were 
encouraged by their employer, 
who is also Diane's mother, Mrs. 
Russell (Norma) Fitzsimmons, 
a local florist, to take advantage 
of the short course offered by the 


Florist Telegraph Delivery as¬ 
sociation. 

Although they are both well 
ahead in the basics erf flower de¬ 
signing Diane and Anne found 
the course extremely helpful and 
in a dd iti on to la aiming new tech-. 
roquet they made many new 
friends. 

They learned how to make! 
hospital arrangements, tabie| 
centrepieces, corsages, all types 
of bridal work, spray* and nov- 
aity arrangements. The student* 
were also trained in shop prac- 
tiota In which they learned the 
care of cut flowers and plants! 
and to prepare for special occa- 


★ * * 

The girls pointed out that they 
did their own designing usin^ 
froth flowers and regular tool- 
During these practice 1 sessions 
they learned newer and faster 
methods of wiring flowers and 
working with ribbon. 

Several day* before gradua¬ 
tion too atudenta had a chance to I 


Professor Speaks 
On "England Today’ 


the faahion limelight practically 
... no other testi-acting Jewellery. 


emend long drop 


Saba’a fabrics a real (aspiration!... 

The great couturiers, we understand, are largely inspired 
for their creations by the texture and colors of the fabrics 
spread out before them . . . And even we . . . who can't even 
aew. let alone design . . . found ourselves visualizing some 
mighty attractive outfits for fall and winter when we browsed 
in Saba’s Faahion Fabrics department the other day ... Brand 
new Is their imported double knit Jersey ... 60 inches wide 
.. . both plain and printed ... the latter in very pretty, Murry, 
understated designs . . delectable shades like the mixture* of 
turquoise, blue and dark green . . . royal blue and black . . . 
brown and beige ... a spectrum of reds or of greens . . . and 
for every print, there’s a plain fabric in each of the predominat¬ 
ing colors . . . We couldn’t help thinking that with the outlay 
of only a few dollars, a woman could make herself a suit or 
dress rivalling any of the expensive imported knits! . . . 
Gossamer sheer wool and angora printed fabric from Switzer¬ 
land comes in delicately beautiful color blonds ... a* docs 
the plain worsted crepe dress weight material, also from the 
land of William Tell ., . Loads of beautiful tweeds from Scot¬ 
land ... for coats and suits . . . at . . . Saba Brae Limited, 
1199 Douglas St, EV 44091. 

Strap*, tie* and bows and buckles are the fashion news 
In shoes. Spike heels are reserved for formal occasions. 


Eatoi'i are great with weddings!... 

It can be a pretty beetle period . . . that time between 
which a girl says ‘'yes* and ‘1 oo” ... but It needn't be for the 
bride who decides to enjoy her engagement and let Eaton's do 
the worrying! . . . Did you know that Eaton’s provide “full 
coverage for weddings? . . . Will arrange everything, includ¬ 
ing flowers, cake, photograph* . .. yea, and your reception too 
.. (at the Empress, Oak Bay Beach or Dominion Hotela) .. . 
and of course we needn’t even mention the subject of bridal 
and bridesmaids' gowns, trousseau, ensembles for mothers of 
the happy pair) ... The smart thing to do, almost the moment 
you’re engaged, is to go In to Eaton’s Gift Registry and intro¬ 
duce yourself to Mrs. Robertson who’s an expert, and charm¬ 
ing to boot... Sit down with her in hex pleasant ’’salon’’ and 
talk aver your plana . . . Even if the wedding la atlU far off. 
she'll help you choose china, crystal, silver ... list your prefer- 
pnees lor the convenience of your family and friends when 
Rlft-purchaslng time comes . .. She’ll even help plan your first 
apartment or house ... give you invaluable advice on prepare 
♦ions and purchase* . . . Whether your wedding is to ne a big 
affair or strictly en famlUe, it will be lovelier if you let Eatons 
have a hand in It . . . Eaton's Bridal Baloa sad Gift Begtatry, 
China Dept. 3*2 7ML 

A New York store is doing a thriving business selling Navy 
surplus bell bottom pants to girls. 


Prof. S. W. Jackman, profes¬ 
sor of history at University of 
Victoria, gave a "thought-pro¬ 
voking” address on "England 
Today" st the regular dinner 
meeting of Oak Bay Business 
and Professional Women’s Club 
held in the Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel. 

The speaker gave a discern¬ 
ing, no-holds barred account of 
the "lend of the Beatles”, He 
struck a serious note when he 
asserted that “In the intangible 
Commonwealth of today, our 
Queen is Canada's protection 
against annexation”. 

* * * 

Miss Mbrie! Campbell, presi¬ 
dent. was In charge of the busi¬ 
ness meeting. 

Mrs. D. Webb of the National 
Employment Service of Canada 
spoke briefly, followed by Mrs. 
R. C. Hamlll, the national chair¬ 
man of the United Nations Liai¬ 
son Committer, and a member 
of the Victoria BPW Club. Mrs. 
Hamlll remarked on the shift in 
balance of power away from the 
original members of the U.N., 
pointing out that the new coun¬ 
tries of the African-Aslan bloc 
at present hold 59 seats of the 
Assembly's 114, with every pros¬ 
pect of gaining more. 

Mrs. J. A. Galloway of the 
Oak Bay BPW Club also 
spoke on the United Nations 
After an entertaining account 
■he likened the U.N. to a mother 

Th* New Transistor . . . 

LOWREY ORGAN 

The moat deHgfatfai 
sound In organ masle 


—from whom all help Is expect¬ 
ed- fait to whom, quite often, no 
support is given. 

League 

Plans 

Projects 

Several upcoming projects 
were discussed el the third 
meeting of the season for Queen 
Alexandra Solarium Junior 
League in the Blue Room. 

Plan* were made for the an¬ 
nual Farmerette Box Social on 
Oct 29 at the White Eagle Hall. 
Also planned was the auction 
and rummage sale to be held 
Dec. 1, at the old Safeway build- 
Ing on Oak Bay Avenue at Fort 
Street. 

The League will be in charge 
or sate of refreshments from 
its Mobile unit at Goldstream 
Parit during the salmon run up¬ 
stream. Th* unit will be at Gold- 
stream each Sunday from Oct. 
31 to Nov. 28 and also on Nov. 11. 


STAIRS 

A 

PROBLEM? 

Here’s th* Farfoct 

S0LUTIQ1L- 

"STAIR-GLIDE” 


show off their work at an "open 
house" attended by FTD mem¬ 
bers. 

For this display they each had 
a different theme. Anne's was 
the Christmas Star far which she 
used 25 red carnations to form it 
and featured a tiny candle on 
each point of the star. Diane's 
theme was the Easter Bunny. 
She featured a bunny rabbit 
leaping through an arched win¬ 
dow which was flanked by a 
pillar of roar* and carnations. 

Following the "open house" 
the students and guaata Joined 
In tor a spiaaii party In tbs ho¬ 
tel's huge swimming pool. 

Cuider 
Reports 
On Camp 

Displaying the new Canadian 
flag, th* 3rd Victoria Company 
held its annual registration of 
parents and Guides. The new 
flag had been preaenSed at a| 
former meeting by Mrs. J. L 
Nicholson and Mrs. J. Clarke. 

Following a short informal cof¬ 
fee break with parents and 
Guides in patrols. Min Helen j 
Wooiard, a Gold Chord Guide of 
the 1st Lantzville Company, gave 
an interesting summary of her 
trip with 10 other B.C. Guides 
to the 1965 Heritage Camp at 
Doe Lake, Out. 

Miss Wooiard straaaed parti¬ 
cularly the national understand¬ 
ing and feeUhg of unity that is 
established by meeting with, 
Guides from tel th# other prov¬ 
inces. 

DIVA HONORED 

Birgit N11 s a o n was given 
1965’s " kj g gtoi a s g" award by 
the balcony tvgidasi of La 
i Scala opera house to litem. 


Shady Creek United Church ! 
was the scene of a pretty i 
double-ring ceremony Saturday . 
evening when Maureen Patricia i 
Crampton became the bride of | 
Mr. Gordon Ralph Heal. 

Rev. T. G. Griffiths officiated , 
at the wedding for the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cramp- I 
ton, 1650 Hovey Road, and the I 
son of Mr. and Mn. V. G. Heal, * 
6533 Central Saanich Road. i 

The .Shady Cheek Girl*' Choir i 
sang the Processional Hymn as ! 
they led the bridal party down 
the aisle. During the ceremony ij 
the choir sang, O Perfect Love. 
Mrs. C. J. Crulkshank, organist, 
was the accompanist. 

Given in marriage by her 
father the bride chose a floor- 
length gown of white corded silk 
with hly point sleeves. Re-em- 

Fall Bazaar 
Raises $530 
For Legion 

Halloween had an early start 
Thursday when golden pump¬ 
kins, Jack o’ lanterns and other 
seasonal decorations added 
color to the auditorium in Bri 
tannia House far the annual ba¬ 
zaar of the Ladies’ Auxiliary 
Britannia Branch, Royal Cana¬ 
dian Legion. The sum of 5530 
was realized. 

President Mrs. L. Rabey wel- 
i corned guests and introduced 
Mrs. M. Woodward, district rep¬ 
resentative to the Pacific Com- 
I mand, who opened the affair. 

Mrs. D. Smith was general 
convener, being assisted by 
: Mrs. N. Pelan and Mrs. I. 
i Aitehisan. 

i Fancywork stall was convened 
by Mrs E. EUiott and Mrs. E. E. 

: Watkins. Mrs. E. Smith con- 
. vened an apron stall sod Mr* 
i L. E. Stidstan was to charge of 
knitted goods stall. 

Mrs. J. lickQUan and Mrs 
I M. L. Guywtt oanvenad, home 
. oocfctog table. MtooaBanaous 
items ran the gamut an a stall 
| convened by Mrs. J. Gardener 
and Mrs. A. O’Neil. 

Other stall conveners were: 
Penny table. Mrs. M. Kendrew 
and Mrs. G. W. Wallis; plants 
and fiowerr; Mrs. D. Adams 
and Mrs. R. H. Will molt; dolls. 
Miss J. Mabey and Miss M. 
Mabey; tombola, Mrs. P. Per- 
cival and Mrs. H. F. Jarvis; 

, grocery hamper, Mn. F. E 
KamazH and Mrs. E. Winter*. 

Mrs. H. D antesy sateatad tel 
oorrvBnw, Mr*. L Yomg 

Mrs. L Fragile* and Mrs. D- 
M cCoI to e h war* to charge of 
tea tickets. 


broidered lace outlined the' bat- 
teau neckline and fitted waist, j 
A softly tiered veil of silk illu¬ 
sion net fell from a circlet of 
lily of the valley flowers. She 
carried a cascade of red roees 
and stephanotis. 

Floor-length gowns of Copen¬ 
hagen blue satin featuring 
belled skirts and fitted bodices 
were worn by the attendants, 
the Misses Phyllis and Frances 
Crampton, bride's sisters, and 
Miss Glenice Bentley. They 
wore matching wodding ring 
headpieces and carried cascade 
bouquets of pink and white car¬ 
nations. Miss Bentley made the 
attendants' gowns. 

Mr. Bob Readings was best 


man. Ushering were Mr. Johi 
Crampton and Mr. Ed Carleyi 

Autumn leaves and flower- 
decorated the Masonic Tempi* 
in Saanichton for the receptior 
which followed. Mr. Fran) 
Thome proposed the toast t«, 
the bride. 

For a honeymoon trip to Cali 
fomia the new Mrs. Heal won 
a fitted suit In teal blue cn 
hanced with a wedding rim 
collar In sapphire blue mink. I 
soft grey and blue plumed ha 
and black acessories comple 
mented her ensemble. 

On their return the newlywed 
i will make their home In Na 


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INDIAN ABT8 

Tbe B.C. Indian Arts and 
Welfare Society will meet en 
Tuesday, Oct. If. at 8 p.m., in 
the Dominion Hotel, 758 Yates 
Street 

Guest speaker will be Mr. 
Robin Ford of Community De¬ 
velopment, federal gover nm ent 
* * * 

R. JOSEPH’S ALUMNAE 

Regular meeting of St Jo¬ 
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nae will be held an Tuesday, 
Nov. 2, at 8 p.m., in toe Nurses 
Residence. Dr. H. Borsman will 
speak on "Intrauterine Trans¬ 
fusions". 


A good cleaner is your clothes' best friend ... 

Some people we know spend hour* selecting expensive 
clothes . . . wear and handle them with care . . . then when a 
trip to the cleaners is Indicated, send them to the first such 
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HX)RtNCK, Out (CP)—Mary Dicpstratrn, 
17, of Thamesvilln and hey 16-year-old brother 
James were the star competitors at the 4-H fair 
here, near Chatham. James won the best-in-show 
award and .Mary won the trophy for the best beef 


•oblcm* of girls aod women, ness, unmamed pregnancy and 
In the 244 cases among YWCA sexual promiscuity, drinking to 
leiwbei*■ given compTete study, excess and drug addiction. 
ie problem included mental ill- About half the cases showed 
character disorders, family con¬ 
victs and economic problems as 
a background to specific /diffi¬ 
culties. 

The two-year study was based 
on monthly reports from 24 of 
the YWCAs in Canada and four 
of the 23 YM-YWCA* It was 
financed by a *26,800 grant from 
the research grants division of 
ihe department of health and 
welfare 

Research was carried out by 
i Vivienne Durden, a graduate of 
the-University of Toronto school 
of social work, working with 
Margaret Hart, director of in¬ 
dividual services of the national 
YWCA. 

The report says there srg 
about 47,000 women and girls 
older than 16 in the YWCA In 
Canada. Mias Durden estimated 
the number of cases of dis¬ 
turbed giris and women would 
be about two in every 1,000. 

She said the most troubled 
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Decorations will be carried 
out In the halloween theme in 
the K of P hall on Thursday, 
Oct. 28, for the bazaar being 
put on by the Daughter* of 
the Nile. Queen of Miriam 
Temple. Mrs. A. G. Landels 
will open the bazaar at 2 p.m. 
A new addition this year will 
be the French room featuring 
good dresses, suits, coats, 
etc. Sliced cold roast beef will 
ba one of the main dishes at 
the delicatessen and there will 
be kits of home made mar¬ 
malade. Stall conveners pic¬ 
tured with the general con¬ 
vener, Mrs. R. M. Williams, 
right, are Mrs. J. A. Watson, 
left, Mr*. J. E. Moore, Mr*. 
A. L. Hooper and Mr*. Austin 
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pregnancies, six 
suicidal tendencies, eight finan¬ 
cial problem* and five chroni¬ 
cally unemployed. 

The next moat disturbed group 
appeared to be girls 17 and 18. 
Tlse Ihird group, aged 25 to 29, 

| included mere financial prob¬ 
lems and less mental illness 
than the younger groups. 

Mias Durden's report recom¬ 
mends that more and larger 
residences be buit. She recom¬ 
mends thnt the YW hire more 
qualified social work staff for 
personal counselling and super 
vWan and toat it keep more 
precise records m aad given. 

She urge* toe national YW to 
cooperate with other organs** 
hens to Mtebttahmg or extend¬ 
ing specs*! accommodation* for 
girls who may be probationers, 
addict* or otoer type* of offen¬ 
ders . 

She a ten recommend* * spe¬ 
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integrating Indian. Metis and 
Eskimo prk into modern hfe. 


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CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
The Allocation for Childhood 
Education will meet at 7:45 
p.m.. Oct. 26. in the Victoria 
Art Centre. Mis* Loma Stuart 
will apeak and show slides on 
the Children * International Vil¬ 
lage held during the summer at 
Shawnigan Lake. 


Name Delegates 


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Mrs. G. A. Vantreigbt and will be held to King Arthur’s 
Mrs. R. R. Benson will attend, Restaurant Nov. II. 

Reports were given by Mr*. 

A. L. Hays, educational secre- 
tary, and Mr*. A. B. Carson, 
immigration, and citizenship 
convener. 

Tea w*i served by the hoatesi 
assisted by Mias M. McIntosh, 
Mrs. S. Thomas and Mrs. A. 

B. Carson. 

- The next meeting will he held 
, at the home of Mrs. R. R. Ben¬ 
son. 336 Brydon Court. 


the aemi-Bimua! provincial meet-; 
ing to Vancouver this month, itj 
was announced at a recent 
meeting of Sir James and Lady 
Douglas Chapter IODE, held at 
the home of Mrs. A. L. Hays, 
Lochaide Drive. 

The annual bazaar and tea 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gibson, Victoria, wish to announce 
the engagement of their daughter Linda Anne to Mr. 
Eric Lauritzen of Vancouver. The Wedding will take 
place in St. Johns Anglican Church on Saturday 
November 20. 


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Mr. Lauritzen obtained his 
Bachelor of Commerce in 
1961 from U.B.C. and his 
Masters Degree in Business 
Administration from the Har¬ 
vard Graduate School in 1963. 


Miss Gibson attended St. 
Margarets School in Victoria 
and is a 1963 graduate of 
U.B.C. where she obtained 
her Bachelor of Science in 
Nursing. 


LAKE HILL WI 
Lake Hill Women's Institute 
will sponsor a public meeting 
at J p.m.. Oct. 18, to th* hall, 
MO Quadra Street Speakers 
will he Mr*. E. K. Vernon, 
member of the Citizens' Com¬ 
mittee. and Lt.-Cmdr. Peter 
Wiweharuck, RCN, member nf 
the International Control Com¬ 
mission. Subject will b* Viet 


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26 *atln ttaltmilt. v ic t*«« 

Sunday, Oclobar 17, 1945 


ally make better workers than 
men. she says. 

"When I want somethin*: dona 
quickly* and well, I have it dons 
by a woman. Women aren't as 
egotistical as men and they try 
harder." 


serene woman these day*. I 
never knock my head against 
stone walls.” 

But in spite of the fact that 
all the cards are stacked against 
them when they attempt to hive 
a successful career, women usu- 


By BRENDA I-ARt.E 

OTTAWA (CP)-Mrs. Alberte 
French- 


Sertecal, 


vivacious 
Canadian who taught herself toj 
speak English at the age of 34 
and went on t«n become one of 
Canada's top female civil sen- 
ants, retired Friday from the | 
national health and welfare 
department. 

Mrs. Senecal, who has been 
assistant director of informa¬ 
tion services for the department j 
since 1963, joined the informa¬ 
tion branch 18 years ago as 
officer in charge of French pub¬ 
lications. 

The former Montreal resident, 
now in her 60s. told an Inter¬ 
viewer she expects to be just 
as busy from now on as she 
was in her old job. 

"I plan to do a lot of frec-j 
lance writing, and have several 
assignments waiting for me 
right now.” 

She started her career as a 
free-lance writer for radio and 
monthly magazines. In 1942 she 
was employed by the publicity 
service of the victory bond cam¬ 
paign, and in 1943 she became 
chief of information services for 
the province of Quebec with the 
wartime prices and trade board. 

She was honored for her war¬ 
time work, with the award of 
member of the Order of the 
British Empire. 

Reflecting on her 18 years In 
the federal civil service, Mrs. 
Senecal says much riiicriroina- 
linri against working women 
J still exists. 

| “Certainly women have more 
difficulty in getting a high 


The regular meeting of the IODE. was held at the ixime of 
Florence Nightingale Chapter, Mrs. C. Henderson, 250 Douglas 

Street Mrs. H. Menses pre¬ 


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A welcome was given to Mias 
G. Digby, a guest who is visit¬ 
ing Canada from London, Eng¬ 
land. 

Mrs. N. Turner, educational 
secretary, reported ihst Mrs. H. 
Mensiefl and herself had visited 
the Chapter's adopted school at 
Satuma Island and had presort¬ 
ed the school wtth pictures of 
The Queen and Prince PhsHp 
and recalved s warm welcome 
from the principal and •»! 
eMddran and were also taken 
on a tour of the island. Mn. 
Turner also i mported Ibat tfw 
Chapter had adapted another 
school at Tanaktuck. 

Mrs. G. C. Baker reported 1 
da had lor the Korea n fundi 
six pullovers, four baby sets, 
right pairs of Korean socks and 
several pair of bootees. 

Plans .were finalised far the 
annual bazaar to be held in the 
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1917. Among those attending a family 
dinner last night were their son and 
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim 
Chapman; grandchildren, Mr. Jim 
Chapman Jr., Mrs. Evelyn Lawrence, 
Mrs. Loris Koch and great-grand¬ 
daughter, Connie Lawrence, all from 
Edmonton. Another granddaughter, 
Mrs. Betty-Lou Young, came from 
Wainwright, Alta.—(Kinsman) 


Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman of 
1588 North Dairy Road marked an 
anniversary that few ever reach — 
their 65th year alnce their wedding 
day. Both Mr. and Mrs. Chapman 
were bom in England and were mar¬ 
ried in Reading on Oct 16 in the 
brand new 20th century. They came 
to Victoria 15 years ago from Ed¬ 
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The regular meeting at the 
Victoria Jaycee-Etto* was held 
recently at the Ingraham Hotel. 

Mrs. H. Belfle, membership 
; director, introduced guests Mr*. 
|D. Hardy. Mr*. B. Squirrel and 
I Mrs. D. Kier. 

A by-electton was held and 
Mr*. T. Barlow was elected sec¬ 
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I Mrs. G. Allen spoke of her, 
I recent trip to Banff to attanW 
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Dear An Leaden: Seven months ago I met a man 
who has everything 1 want In a husband. Unfortunately 

- he also has a wife. 

. , , stopped learning to read. So 

Vic never tried to deceive me. W . B lh# b)arn ^ where It 
He told me the evening «*■ mat. belongs. -ALSO MAD 
that be lad married ■ girl who wtHie your „ rrv 

— waa pregnant by somebody else w>u> tn . raadla , cour.e why 

because he was afraid **4*, , n logic’ 

take tha gas pips If aamatody Y our reaming is out of this 
didn’t help her out. world. Mother. 

H* wants to marry me but * + + 

he can't because he la not ^ A „ hmimt lv * been 

divorced. A divorce would cost Kt *, f wllh ,he most wonderful 
*450 and he juit hamt got it. ^ in tha world We are both 
Vic is a mailman and Ms take- E . Last night he gave me an 
home pay ta $77 a week. He a!- .ngagement ring and I was .a 
ready owaa a finance company happy j erted j coUlll hart) | y 
tli a month for his car. watt ’til morning to show the 

I have a good lob and money ^ (o my tolk , My mo ther 
savad. I have begged Vis to let at u and gaW .. the di . 

me give him $450 far a divorce tanond u M ^n. Aren't you 
but he refuse*. He was ratoedl a|hamed to .how It’” 
old-fashioned wid he has too Anj| x am not MhameA Th' 
much self-respect to take mor- ,, and further- 

ey from a woman, so we are--- 

living together as man and . . - v r 
wife. Help. Please—C. B. H. Alvl I 

Dear C. B . H.: So Vic was - .. . 

! raised old-fashioned and he has f 

too much aelf-reapect to take PUtE W. 

5* money from • woman? But be ,o yv 

thinks It’s all right to move in iWOif —W 

> with you. Apparently he doesn't T f \ 

■ have quite enough self-respect » \ 

4__ik., .iki.nM it- 


more, it's what he can afford. 

My mother says I shouldn't 
be so blinded by love that I 
don't see the practical aide of 
things. According to her if I 
don’t g« a big ring now I'll 
never get one. I ready felt aw¬ 
ful when she put but her own 
hand and said, "see this pea- 
r.ut? Well, your father promised! 
tr replica it with a bigger one I 
when he cnuM afford it. That 
was 25 years ago.” 

My mother says one day I'll 
wish I had listened to her. What 
should I do? — PUNCTURED 
JOY 

Dear Punctured: I'm sur¬ 
prised your mother can see 
anything — with those dollar 
signs on her eyeballs. 

Keep the ring and cherish It. 
You and your mother are 
worlds apart in your thinking— 
and I hope you stay that way. 


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Haifa (Gnlemlit. vic»w*i* 27 

Sunday, October 17 , 19*1 


Teen Letters 


AN ORAL 
BACTERIAL 
VACCINE 


r> LOAVi-S DDE 
FRESH DU Li 

Sliced or Unsliced 

SOSS 


Is now available 
for the following 
chronic complaints 

cataiiiabioiciiw 

Laali|an “fl" Oral Vaccina lor thn 

■ raa Laiait o( Catarrh, Braochitia, 

Bum laf actiaaa. Bronchial Asthma 
aad diatraaa of tha Coanmoa Cold. 
Praparad from tbn aaticwos of tha 
Inllnwiag Bi mm ml—; par r.e. 
_ pill Hoa 

Daploooecv pswastosiae l.OM 

Btraptoeoceua pyocwnaa 1,000 

Nrtmaris aatarrhalia 1,000 

Staphyloaodeoa anraa M0 

KlabaiaOa p —i imn aiaa M0 

Baaraophllaa InBiamaa M0 

TWO specially puparad 

■ ftcctut, vMck itay ko takas 

kwm bmAL 

CMuMHiui Wf wa, 

■MM stMMtata f mm iiq'i 

■rani aMity to mitt 
theta eoadflloat .1 


MINTEN’S 

Drive-in Bakery 

2405 DOUGLAS 
Phone 383 3043 
0 pt ■ WeckSaya '!• a.at. . It ) 


PASADENA TOUR 


Dear ’•Hurl": Ask your par* 
cuts to approve of thi* trip if 
you stay at the YWCA or a 
hotel or dormitory for women. 
Though you are 21, you should 
consider their wishes. It’s your 
reputation they’re concerned 
about. It’t customary for you to 
pay for your transportation to 
travel to the town where you 
will visit. 


"Dear Kitte Turmell: I am 15 
and go with a boy a year older. 
I like him very much and “don't 
But I’m 


Esc triad by Term Farslaai 


want to lose him. 
tired of sneaking dates with 
him because my parent* don't 
approve of him or any other 
boy. My mother thinks boy-girl 
relationships are horrible. I'm 
scared silly. What can I do?— 
'Confused.' •• 

Dear “Confused”: Stop sneak¬ 
ing. You'll only confirm what 
your parents suspect and make 
trem even more severe. Ask 
them, instead, to let you have 
a few dates with this boy on 
Then 


Newspaper 

Advertising 

Stimulates 

Buying 


By KITTE TI'RMELL 

Could you, or a teen-ager you 
know, use some pointers on how 
to raise your rating with most 
your age? Are there times 
when you feel unwanted — or 
wish you were better liked by 
more people? If so, you'd feel 
a heart-beat for this letter: 

"Dear Kitte: I’m writing this 
in complete desperation. I’m 15 
and have no real friends at all. 
I walk around school alone. I 
go home and go to school by 
myself. I'm never invited to a 
dance or party. There are 
dances but I don’t go because 
I'd have to go by myself. I’m 
lonesome around home, too. My 
parents and I don't get along. 
So I have no one to talk to. How 
can I get into a popular group? 
Please use for my pen-pal 
name: ‘One Who Walks Alome’." 

Dear “Walk-Aloner”: Don't 
worry, you are not alone, many 
feel the aame. There's no push¬ 
button system, even in the age 
of automation, to assure “get-in- 
ablUty'’ and "fit-ln-ability” and 
"stay-ln-abUity” In any group. 


VlrlarU'a tml dare il n<>|lii ■■( riiiiti Og*a 
la l:M pm: TbartSa;, FrU.j. «-• Dial US-1111. 


extra-* pedal occasions 
show them you can be trusted 
completely to behave properly. 


"Dear Kitte: I am 21 and 
have been engaged for a year. 
My fianqe is In the army. He 
has invited me to visit his base 
some weekend next month and 
will pay my transportation, 
lodgings, and meals. He'll come 
in town each day to meet me 
and take me out to the base, 
then will bring me back by 
evening and return to his base. 
No one else can go with me, 
so I'd have to travel alone. My 
parents refuse to let me go. 
but I can’t see any harm in tt. 
What do you think?—‘Hart.' ’* 


Popular students chat 


in Victoria 


WILLIS TRAVEL BUREAU 

12S9 Broad St EV 24624 


I. Yesterday/—Art Naturally 

f. Universal Soldier . 

I. Stas of the Family.. 

4. Keep on Dnncing. 

5. Trent Her Bight .. 

I. Get Off My Ciond. 

7. Baby Don't Go. 

t. Liar. Liar. 


The Beatlea 
Glen Campbell 
... P. F. Sloaa 


Boy Head 


The Rolling Stones 


JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS 
HONOLULU TOUR 
DEC. 18 TO JAN. 2 


.Herman's Hermits 

. Bobby Dylan 

Paul Revere and the Raiders 
. The lovin' Bpoonfnl 


It. dMt n Uttle Bit Better ... 

11. Posttvely 4th Street. 

1*. Steppla' Out . 

IS. Do Yon Believe In Magic 

It. But You’re Mine. 

IS. There Bat for Fortune .... 

It. Everybody Lavee a (Sown 

17. Myrtle Eyen. 

It. Little Mlsa Bad. 

It. Mr. donee ............._ 

It. Where Have All the Flowers Gone 


For you and the jilliona of 
teen-agers who want to make 
the moat of their club and 
social activities at school this 
year, I checked with an expert. 
Mrs. Emily Tompkins. She 
checked ideas of 11th and 10th 
this teen - ager 


Sonny and Cher 


Fly with our tour from Victoria to Honolulu and 
spend 16 glorious days at the new Pagoda Hotel n 
the centre of Honolulu. Here you wll enjoy a casually 
relaxed, informal and perfectly “Hawaiian atmosphere. 
You will find your time taken up with sunning, shop¬ 
ping and atghtaeeing. A tour escort will be oa hand 
to serve you! 

COST FOR COMPLETE TOUR 

Twins___$375.00 (Canadian 

Single I..$418.00 Funds) 

Call In Now for Your Color!nl Brochure 
and Detailed Itinerary. 

Phone EV24M24. 

(Limited Space Available) 


__ Jomm Baes 

... Gary Lewis 

..Them 

The Five Empreee 
. The Graaa Boots 
.... Johany Rivers 


graders for 
report. 

How can ; 
popular group' 

Plus-Traits (For One Who 
Got 1*to the Elite Chib) 

• "She is friendly — with 
students and faculty. (You’ll be 
more free to participate in 
activities if you can get along 
with your teachers—and make 
your marks!) 

• "She wants to besom# a 

member - and will wort hard on 
a committee. 

• "She’s shy but she can do A "once-upoo-a-time" member 

her job well. of the Beatles, drummer Peter 

• "She can draw, write, and Beet, who was unlucky enough 

do other special to be replaced by Ringo Starr 

• "Shea never been chora:*“ l 1™***™** T 

to r enythng and ttm honor ^ Wf'-it ^‘gbU «^h. murtc 

would be good for her end « f ' |pd ■" W"*"** 1 

„ , _ B and Blander suit against Play- 

w. : ■"*■* *« has a boy magazine and the Beatles, 

good sene of manor. Ringo in particular. 

Mlaoa-Marka ( For One Net Seems that In tha February 

i.kaJ tAinia v« 4 k i*»u» Playboy an interview 

Asked to Jota-Yet) wl|h ^ a^e/w.. published 

• "She is not always in which Ringo said something 
friendly She M*eka to you one which hindered Best in gaining 
day but not the next She **t employment and damaged his 
began to be friendly to me amee career considerably. 

*e found out I betong to the Best s New York attorney said 
chto aha wants to get into. that a breach-of-ocntraet auit 

• ' She hangs atruid the had been instituted to England 
j wrung crawl — she donm't have against the Beaties and manager 

a good reputation. Brian E pate In. Best la apparent 

• "She mn too extreme ly seelth* damages of around 
clothes and hrtntoa Mid make* J60.000.000 — that last figure is 

lup — she a not well-groomed . [ ■ five and seven zeros! (This 

• "Shea boMy—she’s aar- n ^ n u • direct from 

oaehc -shrUDo about (meetly “weeper ) 

ageimt) everybody!" It i* claimed that Beit said 


The Week in Records 


experts 

present 


R.O. MUNSON 


Drummer Sues 
Beatles 9 Starr 


18 years’ experience in help¬ 
ing the Hard of Hearing 
with their hearing prob¬ 
lems. 


12» BROAD STREET 

Between View and Yatea Streets 


exciting 


haircoloring 


MISS CLAIROL 


Suddenly dull hair . . . grey hair .. . sparkles with 
Miaa Clairol’* fresh, young COLORS OF FAIJ. . . , 
the rich browns and sable*, lustrous auburn*, glow- 
In 1 reds and golds! Our hair color specialist* will 
prescribe or custom blend the perfect one for you 
that covers the grey, brightens the drab or make* 
an exciting change. All In subtle coloring that 
looks like Nature’s own! 


RAINCOAT 

Cleaned and V02B 

Waterproofed, from ™ 

SUITS jp~. *1" 

Toreom^’l" 

HEN’S SUCKS __1S* 
INDIAI SWEATERS SOi 
SWEATERS, Wait -15a 

SPORT SHIRTS_55a 

DRESSES* Plata. 


A CO. 

MAI00 OF VICTORIA 

FREE TESTS In Our Offloa 
or Your Homs 

• PHONE 
EV 3-2431 

or Call at 

F0RT°ST. 

Ground Floor 


Beauty salon, 2nd floor. Dial MS 1311 


Complete 
Household Dry 
Cleaning Service 

GENERAL 

REPAIRS 


Use your charge or PBA 


) LADIES' SLACKS $ 4 25 
fa PLAIN°SKIRTS * 

EV 4-2214 Phone EV 4-6519 
Drive-la Cash and Carry at Itaa Quadra St 
ACROSS FROM OAKCREST MARKET 

Quality 

DRY CLEANERS 


Visitor 
To Talk 
About UN 


FYFE 


presents 

fashions 


Tom kktlnkjr, aaUaoal 
yomto secretary of toe United 
Nations Aaoeclattoa la Can¬ 
ada, will arrive la Victoria 
Nov. II for a two-day rlolt. 

Ho will address high school 
aad university UN clubs oa 
enrreat topics. 


Front Row Seats to Grand 
Floral Parade 

Dec. 27 to Jmn. IN 

13 Days, $183 Canadian 
Double Each 


Evening 


Dspsrl Victoria Dm lIULn Aa- 
bcIm hr chartered de lute air con¬ 
ditioned—real room eqtilsped hue. 
•loosing * nlahU bare you wlU 
*iav tha world famed Fuadrna 
Itoea Parade, from a apodal grand- 
•tend Iron! row ieat. r*a*r**d alio 
you will «l,it Dltncrland. Marine- 
land. Knott ■ Barry Farm, Tl Juana. 
Mnico, flan Dirge Zoo world'* 
IsrtMt. and a ipactal ilgbtiMlng 
tour of Hollywood, »i*wln* tha 
fabulou* horn** ol tba Hollywood 
• tar* You Vlll * 1*0 vtait tha nlcht 
apota and aaa top antortainmint 
by Hollywood atara. die. Than wa 
follow tha El Camano Real (Old 
Waion Traill, yljllloa many af tba 
Mlulaa* and following tha Cali¬ 
fornio coaat to San Franaltaa lar 
a night* Viait again the fahulaua 
nl«ht ipeti, FUnarmao'a Wharf, 
Cidft Houaa. *.c. Hour* China¬ 
town. ate . or rlda tha cable ear*: 
alao a alghiiMlng tour will ha ar- 
ranaad la Golden Oata Fark. Twin 
Pasl*. tha old hnmai of Knob Hill 
ate. Than to Portland. Ora., far 1 
nlihta. Mora ilahtaMlni. ihapplng, 
•tc. Total coat of taur Incfudaa 
aierllant helali. meleJv ate., chart- 
arad da luia alr-condltlancd r*at 
room equipped buic* tour dlroetor 
to comment on point* of Intarait, 
alao wa ha*c r**erv*d front row 
sraoditaod aaaU, centra ef porada, 
Bo aba tael to mar your »ltw. 
Mania noU, thara will ha a apaofal 
moating to abow llmtn alldm af 
tha till Faaadana Farad* Write 
er phpoa for datollad Information. 
Onr Toaty tour* thl* yaor, thl* la 
our fifth tour to California thla 
year. Mambarahtp dollar, yaarly. 
oyer l.Mb member*. Join now. En¬ 
joy good eotnponlonahip. 33 **at* 
lalt on thl* tour Rcatrr* aarly— 
atold diiappolntrttant. 


you/l feel better going formal 


THE BEAUTIFUL 


Elegance, fashion and 
prestige are yours in 
any one of our magnificent 
collection of ball gowns, 
nearly all of which are 
exclusive to us in Victoria. 


jtmcoe 

450 SIMCOE STREET 


"INDIVIDUALLY DELIGHTFUL” 
"COLLECTIVELY OUTSTANDING” 

Each apartment planned in a climate of complete crea¬ 
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MOST WELL-DESIGNED HIGH RISES. 

* Richly-textured broadloom in every apartment 

dr The kitchen* are beautifully finished and fabulously 
functional 

* Ample dloeet space for everyone 

* Shopping across the street 

One of Western Canada's largest court and 

r l complexes soon to be completed—Model 
m display at the Lord Simcoe. 

You can enjoy living in the Lord Simcoe for 
as little a* 5120 per month. 

— Interesting lease arrangements available — 

TWO LUXURIOUS DISFI.AY SUITES OPEN 
FOR VIEWING DAILY, t A.M.-8 P.M. 

*50 SIMCOE STREET- PHONE 38.V3111 


Be correct and comfortable In formal 
clothing . . . especially at Weddings. 

• Tuxedo or Dinner Jacket and 
Cummer bund, $1«. 

• Shirt, Tie Studs and Links, $2. 

• Complete Rentals for all male 
members of wedding party includ¬ 
ing Rlngbearer, Junior Ushers, etc. 


774 - 778 Fort Street, 

(just off Blanshard) 


Capital City Traval Clal 
2681 Blackwood Avenue 
Phone EV 4-1432 


852 Yatet St—25 Paces from Douglas 

















































6-2121 CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


’8 Saili| (talnntat 1 

Sunday, October 17, 1965 


5 DEATHS AND FUNIRALS 11 MONUMENTAL 


26 FEMALE HELP WANTED 30 SITUATIONS WANTED 
ipuOcBUna or* • invitad tor (hi i FEMALE 


36 MUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


i Mrau la Hr u» Mrs 
M-irtes. Mo, 1L3MM Umirtxi 
i the Koval Jrtxlre 

■toher l*h. 1965. a eon lehr, 
■id. 6 I ha. ujr thank! to 
K. S. C.**i and matemU) 


JKNHE.N — At ha-want. UC Ml. 
IMti Jan—-o ii (• Mi Una. 
anwl S3 )in here in Norway 
Arranemanti wilt he amwia-ad 
wi*r hy the Santa M-rttauy Lot* 


MORTIMER'S 

i MONL MENTAL WUHU 
KaiAiu. MBi urn 
"Dm Finest in Craftsmanship' 
SU UavM Slrasl CV 6 - 


EMPLOYMENT QPTOHJT.J NITIE-S 
B.C. rwty Aratanty 

KELSEY BAY-PRINCE Rl 'PERT 
RUM 


TRY PERSONAL SHOPPING .SKRV 
Ice Your rtupping done and dr 
UKIW -titan n ixiura An entire,) 


Contractors 


ACCOUNTANTS 


AFTER HOUR 
TELEPHONES 
11:36 p.m. lo t * m. 

Sport* MS 7M8 
Editorial S8S-I368 or 
583 8301 

Circulation SSS-07%3 


farmer 

CONSTRUCTION LTD, 
Repair Dept. 

Altera are*, sincrrte. aareantrr 
aawar work. Ptaoa fis-Stil. 


Applicants ahouid have lha 
iulimnni quattflcationn. 

L C.GJL or S.LA atudenL 
1A|* 21 - ID. 

I. Willing to LraaalrT to division* 
ouUlde metropolitan rancrea. 
4 Starting aality dependent 
Uprai akpertenr* ami quail 
Bcaiiona. minimum M3S.00. 

Aa ascaUeqt opponuniiy axial* 
lor advanVmenl In lha Ac 
canting Department! of a fully 

miegraled forest taduxinaj firm 
with opera Bona caaat-ux-oaiL 
All appucalians will be treated 


rhifti 7 a.m. to 3:3D p.m. and Ml:a *,* 
am. to 7:30 pm., with Tuesday and 

Wednesday aa dayi oft. Preference ““* OOCM,xl . Phon ' 

given to appiicanla between 3 and _;_ 

« year* of age. Excellent aalary and 7* YEARS OFFICE EXPERIENCE, 
icing* baoellta. Application (ormi tnlr*. aamr atarthand. aenptom 
available uniII I p.m., October 20. rter, teletype, and uenerai idtlce 
1*66. In the Peraoamet Office, Royal ruuline. e.»4ra permanent ampl.iy 
Jubilee Huapilal. ment. Reply to Victoria Pram. fket 

— CCIH 

National Employment Service ---- 

haa Vacancle. for. ALL TYPES OP FLOORS KX- 

STENOGILAl'HLUS Experlenci. pertly cleaned, waxad and poUahed 

Permanent employmertt by marhtnea. Homea our specialty 

DAY WORKERS--! to 4 hour* par Gregg's Et UbUabed 1*30. EV 4-3023. 

SKIRT PRESS OPERATOR - Per-! 
ma/ifni employment. keeper. part-tlm« 


¥ICI ^^, N i^5L^ IT “ CHIRR turn 

__f v i2“_BEfc ISSS”, 

STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS Urrtraahiy axpai 

LTD. Monumawta 4aa US* ofllaar to r- 

1408 May Str eet_EV 4-34*31 Qongrtdtoto No. 


UNWIN Born to Mr. and Mn. 
W David Unwin I nee Maureen 
Macfcinhah), *Si Irving tu , vio 
B.C, at the Royal JrtiHee- 
Huapilal on October 16. IBS a 
daughter. Andrea Elizabeth. 4 It* 

9 tea : a aialar for JanIne and 
Knaune. (insured ) 


A. J. BARR LTD. 

179-2581 471 

CONTRACTORS 
ROCK BLASTING 
BEWER - WATER MAIN 
ROAD WORK — DRAIN J 
EXCAVATING 


BROWN’S 
THE FLORISTS 
Id the "Heart of 
Victoria” for 54 yean 
Flowers Wired Anywhere 
618 View Street 
»-5545 EV 4 3521 Nights 


BOX REPLIES 
AU replies to private box 
□umbers available trom 

8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p m- 
Monday to Friday In¬ 
clusive. 


PAIN—On October U. 1965, Will tarn 
Anhur Pain. T3W Arcua St. ~ 
naby. Ag* Si >ean 
hu lento* wife Lc 
John A; Saikaloun, 


5 DEATHS AND FUNERALS 


__ . Bur 

Survived by 

1 -C : 1 Ml. 

-— -- 2 (Mngtiterm. ! 

Mr*, w. H. IAiaei Marlin. Regina. 
Mia Mariiria L. at lairne. luiu 
gi andetallMa. Mrs E R Kirk 

K trick. Edmontuo, Mn. W. U 
anon Saakahm. Mia lOalnc 
Fain, aajfcalojri. David Manm. 
Keglna: alau 2 gnal granMiSdivn 
Funonl aarvlrv Tnadaj. Ortaber 
19. al 10:30 a.ra. in m Alban a 
Angllcaa Chtariv lSIb Avanue and 


DAY—At Victoria on Oct. 14. LN5. 
Harry Dehorn. In hla tkd year, 
heioted huaiauid of Mary Elia- 
beth Day, of J06I Granite St., 
Oak Bay; born at Lealherkaad. 
Eng . but a resident of Una (Sty 
fie S3 yean. 

. Service In Hayward' • Funeral 
|Chapel on Mmlay at 3 pm., rtev 
Alex Calddr offidgUixt. Cremaiion. 
i No I Wa.i . by re* new.) Super- 
vlaed parkng aJJutidm Lha chapel. 


Reply by latter aUttag ax pen 
■re training, adixatiun. age. 
marital atatua and pbona num¬ 
ber to; 


G. it WHEATON, LTD. 

Repair*, Altarauoa KV32 


2UB9 J otinacn Bt. 


•MAID, GENERAL. TO LIVE IN. 

raapuoalble fur igiataira nurk and to p * rtn * r * h>p vtflCTi » Pre aa, Box IT! 
wait <to table tor 1 toMtl. Prlyaie EXPERIENCED CLERK WISHES 
n«dmoa in aartuaiv# area Othee typln * or bookkeeping m own home. 

SKTiiS?- tTSSSar SSi ^ s ” 

a rateidi tMirn room and board. A*» __ 

ply Natlunal Emptoymant Service. SPEEDY CLEANUP, SPECIALEE 
KRS JobBBiai Sr Order FW In huu ae cleaning. Licetwnd ami 
INSURE. YOUR MXRKY CHRIST 

maa! EATO (Jinx'max money ml Una DOCTOR’S MEDICAL ASSISTANT 
natlonalty adveruied Awn gilt anti and aeezeiary. 3 yean' experlove. 
Thx nuat boaukfiil Crnadmax Mna detoraa full-IIme poMBon. 1 N K4 
K«: Phone KV 4-7345. evea., fee 
kiformaarai or aervlce 

I AM LOOKING FOR A PARTICU 

-tar type of woman who la Intereatrd 

VOLKSWAGEN MECHANIC. MUST In earning (INI and Up monthly, 
iw factory trained and experienced part lima Ft» Inlarvlaw phtxix 
“Wit repair. Wage. open. Call XVI UK bans 6:00-7:00 pm. 

^uT*' P ° r< RXPXRIENCKD COOK. SKDT 30 

- --—--6 p.m., Monday. Tueaday. Weebiea- 

TRUCK MECHANIC WANTED day; 114 p.m. Iburaday; 114 pn 

Jtmroeyman mechanic tor rapaln Frldey. Alteramle oo Saturday.,_ _ _ —_—__ 

ao4 malnleoancaM Ugt« and heavy Burta ReaUuruil. C* Troetnre Alley. SCHOOL DISTRICT 63 NIGHT 

erhoal oerh ietra reqedrea piayen. 
Violin, cello, oboe. baaa. haxeoxi 
and French horn. Fee *10 for winter 
eeaadcm. Wedne a day evenlngi 1:30. 
Cl are merit High School. For further 
Information. phone 383-1615 of 
0 SJ 2 DN 6 after « pin. 


D rape rl«a 

DRAPERIES. BED gp 


BOBUN: Salary M par mcaUh. An 
AB CaiUBaala and likhal Onkll 
•wla. prafarabiy trawxx e igxa r kance 
aa beama 

Omnpauwa No. *«i 
Normal Mgp kanadlta. ptua yoam 


CROWN ZELLKRBACH (CAN.) 
LTD. 

P.O. Box 3011. 
Vancouver 1. B.C. 


In Victoria It'« 
BALLANTYNE’S 
For Flower* 

EV 4-0555; Night 47X2873 
"Flowers By Wir*” 
900 Douglas St. 

Opp. Strathcooa Hotel 


OFFICE HOCKS 
Classified Counter, 
u.m. U» 8:60 p.m. BmU- 
□esa Office, »:06 to 

5:36 p.iu. Monday to Fri¬ 
day inclusive. 

CLOSED SATI RDAY 


and board while at 


LARK — On tlrMar I«h at the 
UhTawarren Private H.iaoiUl. Mr. 
SUnlea B. Clark, aaad 71 yean. 
)«ia«ly of 141* FOrt Siren, a 
rmuden here Xn* UNI. He 
leavaa hla wifa Marturte, 3 am. 
DrrtoM and Robin, both 4 Vu- 
trria. two daiMMera. Mn J. 
i9hlrb*T.' Sbdtoa of Vaaruuvrr, 
B.C and Mrs. ft (Jibuti Komef 


Anpiiaami muai he fane than e*U 
mom or BriUab aublaato. Ftr agBii 
□aooB iimi apply IMMUMAtSLy 
to T])a Chairman. B C Dell Sw-vtca 
CtocnanlaBoB. 544 MlrTagan Street 
VICTORIA; onmAated forma-hi he: 
relumed to 544 Micti«en Straw 
VICTORIA. NOT LATER THAN 


Wrmda. etc. cuabxn made Srlre- 
«* W-RT totatoa at Avenue 

tnie rtuca. JHb- aiS?. 

DRLSSMaKINU. SUITS. COATS. 


&AVAQC—In Vicuna a (H U 
IKS. Mill Agnrs B, (Nani Savage 
of iTJt Onxmalton Avr. bom In 
Largs. Ayrahire. ScoUand. real- 
dealt hate for the pa* n yean. 
She lx eurvtved by twr sixtar 
Jaan al tha readebce; three 
bewthara In HaoCland alao Hene, 
aad aaghwa* in Wxrrla and 


DAY CARE FOR CHILD. MY 
home. Gorge-Buraxlda area. l*ii 


«S CCMiNa cvfWTj 


xheimllOBa Aeabory, XV * 4174 
,“*LKA COUTURE FASHIONS" 


LEGION BINGO 

Esquimalt Branch 
No. 172 

Britarmia Auditorium 
1616 Bianshard St. 

Monday. Oct. 18—7:45 p.m. 

Admunoon $1—20 Gamra 
Extra Cards 25 cwnts 
14 Games at $12 
2 Friendly Nrighhor* 

2 Games at $15 
10th Game $50 with 
Owner to Double 
20 th Gam* SUM 

5 EXTRA GAMES 

Proceeds to Veteran** 
Benevolence 


telephone hocks 

IK a.m. to P-™- 

Monday to Saturday *m- 
elusive. 


Eqaipwawe RaMala 

MUTUAL EQUIPMENT 
RENTALS LTD. 

WMito EvaeUnga «sm 

mptaa Dha tt rranaa. anovela 


32 IAN OS, MUSICIANS, 
ORCHESTRAS 


CLASSIFIED COP* 
DEADLINES 

K uJar eiaiunea advarU 

nix may ba planed < 
inlaa. I S 6 .BL to l-« 9 
tna day nrv* tu pubbeau 
ndaj to Friday indutova 
'(tana 1:00 am. to * 

, Monday to Saturday 


COVER-la Vlrtorto na Friday 
QrloBer 16. 1M&. Mn. Mxtiada 
Cover of Saaemna. Snake, egad 
74 yeara Ma-vlved by tmt daugh¬ 
ter Mra A iBandoal Thu! of 
Saaeeaoa; one aon. Mr. Ferd Co»rr 
of Vermai B.C.; teen Baton. Mn. I 
Matilda Ma< Dougai of SeaIIla and I 
Mra. Klvla Slater at Iigax I 
Oregon: 13 grandebUdm aad l! 
grtat-irwkk-hlldraa. She wag pre 
dtoaaaM by her daughter. Mra 
A (Margaret) Brown to noa. 
Serncaa will ha hetd to McCal 
Brea. FAMILY CHAPEL. Main 
Offlre Bldg., aa Kediy. On. II 
al 3:16 a.m.. Rev. A. Beaton ofB 
rtaung. IntoniMM Halley Metavial 


RETIRED MAN TO CARE TAKE ’ oaMfarrv 
bvan* and gruunda ta the Gulf i ...... 

Ulanda. Fnaa Imaaa In rature fee • in u 

ao mtoutoa- -rt per day. Vtohrta - 

Pramm. 1km W4_ | WOJdAh 

HEAVY- DUTY _ JOURNEYMAN I 7£niL 

mtrtomnkc nquirad far targe du Modern 
flaat. Modern dx* and exjuipmeol tionl I 

Idaal wurldag onoafti<*a. Phrma- 

M64S71 ftr Marvtosv. Mr. Laarto. WAMTE 

WANTED—QUALIFIED MECHANIC Lm v CkI ' 

tor part-time work; rawed toad to caMarl, 
toll tuna. Tig hourly w%mm. to ^ 

ply Vlrdorta Pre-e. Be a«^ EXPER 


Electrical Cdamcfari 

OLDER HOMES R£ WIRED. A 
pUance oonnectlnna. Wa Hn.n 
Lhrough B.C Hydra Plan 
EDDY'S ELECTRIC E V 5-74 

.ELECTRIC SKATING 

WIRING HYDRO FINANCED 
YORK ELECTRIC. XV *-T»6 


THE JESTERS 

Small combo f<r danora. hanoueta. 
etc. Our gimmick? Good muatc. 

EV tWD 


36 RUSINISS SERVICES AND 1 
D4KICT0RY 


ona of the flnaal atoaa potoHewa 
xvaiiaua today wmh 
COMPLETE TRAIN INC PRO¬ 
GRAM - SALARY WITH COM- 
MISSIGN8 - VACATKW WITH 
PAY - INSURANCE BENEFITS- 
RETIREMENT PLAN - OPPOR¬ 
TUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT 
TO SALES MAN AGkBfENT POfil- 


Aaphalf Rawing 


Cacdagfing 


DITCHING, 


O K. PAVING COMPANY 


-I COMPANION HELP FOR SEMI 

Invalid lady Live Ul Nice tame 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA ^ 

_ ASSISTANT COOK FOR LARGE 

pnvala hoapttal. Muat ba axprrt- 
pto yed al^tooal Poe fW»-- tha CmxS mngr . , nd VrrrfHi 

a^“b!w^ Dl c^wiSr v ^VJ d «My virton . Pn.., b, w._ 

hubinll xppuoalirai torn CSC 108 to EXPERIENCED SHOE CLERK 
2*? Saaxdoa CoBMalwtoB Room 4BL Weeded tar family atioa atom, 4 day* 
Fedwaj Htona 13aa Gowrmn—J r>x^a. « 

HI reel Virton a. by ctoatng data aa EV 42211 

HOUSE KJUUPKR OR~DAYTIME 
rax re raquirad toe nuttadeai bnmx 
Dak Bay Ava area Vtourto Pram. 


cMiuiinc, nu.uiu.nu, LOAD 
IN C. LEVELLING. PHONE «8B 

Gutter Cleaning aad Repair! 

GUTTERS RENEWED - REPAIR El 
and Weaned. n*dS23 or 364-8901 


FULU COVthALE 
CLASSIFIED RATES 
He pet tbw per day: T*« * 
tor three dav«. SI 43 par Li 
aix (toya above rataa ap 
eonaacutiva inaarUiwa. Mt 
adverUaaDMtot two Unea aaly. 
wact ratal on appUaatxje. 


386-3414 


Wa oOer aeiratty 
If Intoreatod plai 
NaiJonai Eenptayr 


FREE ESTIMATES—EASY TERMS 


lldariag and Sanding 

JIM DUNCAN ” 

rtoae mntong and Hniahmg. New to 


BINGO 

OH Agd Pemiooen No. 1 

1600 Gcrvrmmrrit Street 

OCT. 18 at 7:45 

Admission $1 
6 Cards $2 

16 Games $12 Each 
2 Games $15 Each 
1 Game $50 
1 Game $100 
Door Prize* 


permanent fninra and a aa rw n tp- 
nxma Inr klmaptf 

We ofln a thenwgb training kro- 
*nm ihaf ranMaa a man ta (mni-, 
laliza aa Me own Initiative aad da 
lerminalloa Far IMa roaarw a tota- 
n*ee barkgraund ta Victoria cd eex- 
eral yean would prove tatpfui- Sub- 
ctanda! financial aaalatance while 
training gua a raantoiatona M 


THIS IS THE TIME TO DO YOUR 
land clearing, burning, and general 
rlaaaiog op. Give ua a anil anytime. 
- -- - --- 47V4254 


SOCIAL WORKER I 
Coup N«l 65 VKSa 

•4190 — SUOi 
Vetaraaa 1 Huaniiel 
VICTORIA, B C 
(APPLY IMMEDIATELY) 


Haneaa Butldoxlng Ltd. 


Uopilai nn Oct. Id. 1SSS Mn dan Chaoai at '—--|i| 
Mary A Herltaga In her Bit year. Park Rev R C B D 
af IBM Grant Si, a native daugh- raatlag CFamaUon iFl 
tor of Victoria. Widow of Juito A. fully dec Dried Doawtto 
Heritage, aba la aurvtvud by bar and to the B.C Can 
two d inahr -n, Oliva W. ana Ma- tlani Arrangeewenfx 
rtan C. M tune, aa arm. G. Wll- Memorial BoStfy of B 
trad id Ito weil River: raw grand- Memcrtol tarvtraa Ltd 

an G. Dwtghl Heritage: three -—__ 

aiatara. Mra Finer McKactoda and SMITH—In Victoria. R 
Mini Jamie WOaca <d Vlrtorto. and her UBk. 1M6 i* Pi 
Mn Gaorge MrOanaid of Bara- Smith aged 47 yon 

•by oat brother. Ctoavwr Wltona WaM Baantch. SC I 

to CaUtoma: aiacaa am) naphawa wife. Ortoto. a mm, l 

She had hera a fkamar maa( e ter* Mra. BBy Uia 
<d tfw Ptrat UBtiaw* -to-- Joyra. Batty aad N 

fatbar. AlexarMa- Wllaon vu one g r a nd i blMreo: aad kto 
'< tfw toundera Katharbi# Haary. 

s<— torn Will ba held la MrCall Prayaro wSI he rfT 


Carpaatars 

VICTMA FIX IT BHOP 
Wa Bar and repair ml aoru of llama. 
Nana too big alt) nona too email. 
Ala. rarpnen pwlnkera. pagter- 
laigri I rawat raaaa M- hour 


Bmaa. Oaatia. Marriagaa K» 
egeraoata la Mamanam NrdicaA 
x.de of Thaaka wn aroapiad hy 


I REQUIRE A PART-TIME BABY 
Httar ta my hotot. Inlet Avenue 
i Gorge Admiral ■ areal. Woman over 

31 prefarrad. EV >3616 _ 

1 EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES 


Good Neighbor* 

Last 5 Games 25c Card 


lary wild on rmttpaiiaii Extk 
mato* gladly gtwm wtthrufl ra.Lgn. 

TUI TATE* STREET EV 1-4*68 


COME AND ENJOY 
NICKEL BINGO 
AT 9T. PATS! 


nnsniQ carpenter qual 
B y mk auaraMrad. By hour aa 


CLARKE A WALLACE 


GOOD DOOR PRIZES 
NO ADMISSION CHARGE 


LAND BCAPLMU — FDR PROF**- 

toiwto landaraptng am Frag °-'g-■ 

at Royal Oak Cardana. 46n pal 
Bay SQghway Pinna Bi May 31 
ymra of nparlamje. 

VICTORIA S LEADING NURSERY' 

in every raapar-L Fret aatlmaiev and 


J loraard repliea to bux| ('mg ar^ bar ramralpiud- u *“ ."T* l "‘ " 

to the advertjaer ax a»« i mottier, Mra luif Aral h 

hla wa aroepi no llabtinvl S, r*v r q wilhea will cow gwew thaad ra to lM. L Bagty 
ict of Ini or damage al |dut fmral m ntoa oi Thura ™ ranng atafT at SL Jr*a 
•flto Umnuth «iba, *UI;|S5?5!. jKiSIlSV* H-tto-l -Mra a Rraw rtaw 

“ ••“■" la,, FunmM Owpel. liMxrmaH tn ™J7uiX- 

Hrxal Oak Burtol Uxek „ _-— 

We mto aa after war am 

JOE In VWrtnrta. DC, 0a (VI IS. agaff far Die wnmiatfui ama ~t 
» “ * Ojratia Mary J«- aged I mottar dunag^TVVSm-. 
tot year* bran on Kurar UUnd, M *. , HnwuiA Ala> 

\XrS3AJSL Dr Mora* rS clBTD. 

Hute 

Mra riniail irAvh Ann 


WE RKQUIltX TEACHERS LNTLH 
eatad In apan-Uma tulurlog, rva- 
I nlngi and Satnrdaya. Eleramtxry, 


ability and penxixn • Pmdoua 
rapartenca lo ral aetata aalltog dm 
aactoaaorp. Truly laenfdmg work 
awatta yea period. If you mra mat 
lha ag» of It. mala or female, and 
are aatllag aomathteg now. or would 
Idea lo tali, Mur otxma 3EJ4211 
and arrange to t an Interview wtlh 
Mr. J. Ettana. nanepr. Rato EMale 
Dept. 714 fan SL 


Carpets aad Li Balaam 

ARMSTRONG 3 4 DOMINION OIL 
Cloth's to teat m Inlaid and Cortona 
lalaat n tllra. Uuaiifled exparti an 
our aarpati and uacuaiUB floor Sup 
pli«d and installed Standard Furni¬ 
ture Co Tg7 Vatu SL KV 26UJ 


rica, aoud location. tgrciJanl oom 
rail atom evaararf. MRA told Ufa Itr 
euranra nenafha Hnoeanm rrmt) 
dendaL Far aiNvdnimaiii plaaaa 
phraw Mr. curaa. KV6DM ar 
I EV 34BI. 


MORE THAN 60% 
IN PRIZES 


2* SITUATION) WANTKD 
MALI 


GAME STARTS 7:45 PM. 

WED. OCT. 20 
in St. Patrick’* Hall, Trent 

Street left Fort near FYw!- 

Bay, opposite Salewwy. Take id’TX* 

UplantU-WUkuwi bus). hSkgrSS 

ttmir sraieM I Plenty o< pwrinng available meat tha putoic to 
““ *" .off Lee Avenue 

FREE BUS DOWNTOWN SuSLltofS?- 


SUBSCRIPTION RATES 
Wiwravar aamer ama to eaain- 
to.ned COB pat moMK 
-Singla eroy sale ancai IS aanfa 
4a-. 11 raeix Sunday 
By mall Canada and flnilto 
Cbmmuewsallb: nna year. SIS: alx 
Biai'ha, SI0.00 Uarea toanlha. IV 00. 
amgl* mraiih. SlflO: Atiatralla 
BwnUi. C d: U S A. Foreign. S3 00 
per moaiUx 

Authorised x« aaoutid-claaa malL 
Pira Office Depanment. Ottawa. 
Mem km af AurOI Burma to Clr- 

aalation 


H'XJRIUAJta CARPETS AND LINOS 
Lid. —CaroaiA Unoleuoi*. Ceramic- 
Piaxtle Tfix*. MM and lnaUUed. 
Frae ratlmataa. TU PandWA Phans 
EV 62401 


601 a raiaa. rax 
in*, rar* arrtL 
Slavka <763271 


RETIRED FULLY-QUALIFIED AC 
roanidBt formerly umnia tag as- 
aaaaer, mu part-uma work ac¬ 
counting. iioohhaapuw or cmllng 

ParHetoarty tor imaB toaSnmaaa 


PRUN- 


ming anolg, pra-caat asptic tanka, 
toe. Cxmeto mixer fra Kant Rock 
blas ting. W A N. Tr ace. <743471 

FRED REYNOLDS — CONCRETE| 
placing and tbilablns Free mil 
matex. Phone 3M-44R3 

ALL KINDS OF CEMENT FINISH 
lngs. Albert DoGandt. cement ran 
tractor. Frae eaUraaiei M6-5&M 

__ , JEAN PIERRE -THE~CE MENT 

E i 1 . Ijg* H MALE IMMIGRANT. Man." Frm aatimatax. GB 64kgl 

ItoPRr'tro'h CKMEWf. 91 WERE DRAINS. 

atoka »V rranh Potitota EV6M64 

admlniatratlva ar practical. Vicuna CKMX 1 TT AND DRAIN WOM 


■X Wltom and Marilyn, al f 

n.«T St •ito' tarn/ Vai to a dear botownd al 

r T-,ai r rr f * l,wr *nd wv* to thank ihe to 

hro,hw » Vxx and rua-ar. <* « jnaral 

y ^ _ H wptia] tor 'h»ir mra and alietoto 

Prayers aid be offeraa by Rev. i ^ 1 -, M o—_ 

Fathrr Wllhtoa Madge In the Sandi ^ “ rm ___ 

__ . ___ Mortuary LJmlted. “Memorial Cha-1 

Pn r. Alberm Mn A Miami 723-4*131 Pel to Qdmaa," on Suadav. OoL 17. f tu MlliOlllu 

Nanaimo R Lakey SK 121*8 I*, al * pm. The rartegr will _ wtaUflAM 

- — ■ ' laaea the to rad* MraHtorr Lhnlkad GlA*», _ 

Lai led Six lax r mr ■ma'a-'-aa Memraml Chaaal of OUmxa <w Swd M Mtoltoltota SSZ /L. 

De CLERQUE SHANNON Monday. Ori M. ISA to M "Orel *“ r 1 •" 

New York Chicago. Dafrolt. Clev* for Chemalnua. R C. Mam will ha w_ uwv. , - 

toed. Atlanta. Sac Franrtam. Loa ralahralad In ttw Boiy Romry Cnalliii 

Ancvlaa Chmrh. Kup«- Dland. B C on Graram ana irrra y 

-—-—---- Tueaday. Oet. IS, IMS HUin, 

DUNCAN BUREAU Rwv Eattwr G. CtoJM ralatnnl 10 PUNtRAL DiRCCTORS 

rkmcaa Chamber of Commerce Itoertnert to the OearoC Cemetery 

Bldg. Port Office Bax Ul Office 'A ferry torn Oh* me lima, BC. al 

and lelwhetoa boura I p.m. to t p.m.. S:JS am. and t ro e w ada Sheet to 

Monday to Friday todwdea. Fboue lha Kigwr Island School.) 


Maacary 

STONE AND BRICKWORK 
Wortt guarantead- EV _• 


WANTED IMMEDIATELY - BI- DUTCH GARDKNKR - 
oknglxl tor full time or part lima •raping, gardane re-arrani 
latorucHoa and marking lor faioh'iy clraned ap. Lawns preps 
and baxaxy lahartury. Rarhrtnr's aesvled Traa aervlce R 
degree renal red Apply In writing: rrak waUx. cament ararh. 
to B and. Hiotogy Dspartmenl. Uni- praidi. fenrea. EV 34(27. 


VICTORIA k DISTRICT 
BASEBALL ASSOCIATION 
ANNUAL 

GENERAL MEETING 
SUN., OCT. 25. 1365, I P.M. 
VICTORIA CURLING CLUB 
QUADRA STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C 


National Employment Sandra 
baa Vacanriea tor: 

OTFICE TRAINEES - Tratoworti 
Urai and trust company. Taut 
mea aaly. 

SALES PERSON SHOES 
eared, age 33-41 

WINDOW CLEANER -Mamed. 
2140. 


Expert-1 vertoly to Victoria, ~~ 

CARETAKER* WANTKD MAN TO I 
earn tor ground ■ and buiaae, woman. 


NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT 
SERVICE 

_ US* Jotaaon Bt _ 

Ajfc lor our apaciAJ applications aaraa mon- 

6 -tlmn rain ind gave ^* 1 - Noeambar 1 7 W 8 ana Melted 
o-UUM * nu “* vi fra Ma pctotlen of Mmlolpal Clark, 

rroney — BN Boon BI Tmnnr. f am nr and CoDectar 
vnu amt raaiilta Inn tor tha Dfatrtrt to North laank-h 

you get resuics juai AppllcinU qmiinca 

pbone And you [M} U<«- »*pailenca. salary expected. 

lor only the numbei ^ 741 

of time* tb# mo vancouver^ibland resident 

apprt.Nr*. to sail for Vancouver hexed ptaaiic 

-and Mexai Sign firm. Territory |p- 

KKBKKAH LODGE No. 45. •*< •< Vancouver Island. 

Fall Baxaxr Saturtay Commlxaior bail I. car alknranra 
23 19*3. XI 10.30 a.m. to and all company benefits Auto- 
Ifrlkoerx Hall IU Douatas moU1 * htoraaaiy. . Marrlad mar 
varwr Mn. A. Brown. Mra » walanW. _Vnd_jlaitlrolarx 
n will olflctolly open a tlmn ^ Vj rtraM .Praaa^ Bos M Aptaln 
a at 2:10 p ro, Everyww **”* ** Mlarvita wiU b e arranged 

___*__SMART YOUNG BUTCHER WANT 

JVBE ISLAND ARMS «*• raB- *“ t ule k. willing and abU 
AtaOtoton araratoiS to Karo aerrtca oparatlraL Thto u 
Vtcrto Balfmcan. 1400 CoT " JtopratunBy tar a Tmmt mm* la 
at Braid ay ora. X M tnkl ^ lh * •partallxls' Oaid. 

* p m. Tick (to ■( ar ran P«wm»« totnalton tor rtaht soil 
yle. EV 3-Mho Write, ilattot aga axparlsora and 

retarmcm Oral letter Apply Vlo- 
LET* P1AY BINGO: torta Pram. Brat «* 


Upper laland- 
nato. VkAorla 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chipeli 

3480 Vancouver Slrrat 
EV 5-4413 EV 5-1461 EV 5-4447 


MAN AND WIFE CARETAKER. 
Bmldataa provided and oertain ra- 
tmweration. Light dralea. P.O. ha 
Ml._Vieirala. B.C 

RELIEF COOK WANTED S DAYS 
a week tor large private hospital. 
Reply Victoria Praax. Box fin. 


INDEX TO WANT AD BEADINUS 

Oaxamean n | 


Truck, o rada n r banners, wtokuwa 
Re»« stable rales Free eaurrwiea I 

anytlma. 4T41M0 _ 

PAPERHANGING PAINTING. AL 1 

taratkOM. general repairs, gultera 
Gueraraced w ra io n axitodp. 

■Ndtoi ' _**44756 

HANDYMAN - GARDENING, 
palnung. wepe. gulUrs claaewd, 
fencm. no Job too unall. Reaaawtoa 
383-7117 


P*Jnters 


Pa p^rtianzers 
Spray Painier* 
Plaster Repair* 
Convenient Time Payments 
EV 3-9059 Evea EV 2-1479 

CLARK A PATTTSON 
FAINTING CONTRACTORS LTU 
B craft or spray. Pmnertiaagera Tie 
tore and vinyl work, wni 4a all or 
pan of any Juh. Pitot Here (BAPCO 
and GENERAL painiai, aad rmiala 
to ail palntan* aquiprasax. Terms 
If deal rad. Ptana KV 4-06U 7w 


p | One-level eonienlrncr. alr-coodi 

.Honed, filled with aldx far lha hard- 
■ Iof-hearlng. Ample ronvenlao! part- 
13 Inr . . MrCall Brotiien, Funeral 


CARETAKERS U - UTflT BLOCK 
Extra nlca 1 brdnirn asartmanl uto 
telephone provided. MS-U44. 


IIMALI HELP WANTED 

STENOGRAPHER 

ter 

Police Department 
CITY OF VICTORIA 


APPLIANCE TECMNieUM W 
Ready work, yvnra to expar 
A pply Vkiarto Praaa. Btm 863. 

I RELIABLE YOU EG MAN 


Blrthn ..- 

Boats and Marina 


Garden Supplies --T4 

■ Gulf Island! PnfwrUan . 1 » 

• Halls Straw and Off can ta Rant 1 YI 
ii HotoU . - — 

, _ Hixi a oK ae pihg Rooms to Rant . 

A* Housekeeping Rooms Waived .. 

88 H ejaaa to Rent Fumiahed ... 
mx rinuaan to Rant. Unfumlihed _ 

I Houses Wanted to Rani .... 

]fln Kouaea far Sato .. 

ili in Mamurtam —. . —- 

Dating' Canreiied--- 

yj Liaingi Warned . — 

U Dvmiock and Suppllaa_— 

137 Irai and Found 

ija Machinery .—. 

Male Help Warned .. 

.X37 Mala or Famala Halp Wanted 

Marriages .. 

— Alurellanauua for Sals .. 

Mlvellaneuua Wined _ 

Miacrtlanauox lo Rani __ 

Warned to Rant. Mixcellanaoua 
Monumantal 

Mortgaga Loom and Inxunncn 

Moiurcyeiee ... 

Moving end Hauling_ 

Muilral Inwrumanta __ 

Maato raarhan -, 

New Car Dlraeinry __ . 

Pina Access art aa __.... 


EXPERT CUSTOM OASRET 
MAZING 

Arfaortta hadatoli 
Saoro and Ottioa Flaturaa 
Rumpus Rooms, RmodaNlng 
Oranmerraal and RattdanUel 
ANDERSON 17K3 


TUESDAY 

HERITAGE. Mra Mxrv A 
i n pm—Floral Ommi 


- eqWvaMtk mu.i bn rompetato *V J^MLavntonea V. Meg 

g’ST T* ‘ZSFtmStr CURd«n,ng^one'--REa*on. 

.,. j .... „ . expertanoa. Must have piansHw per- a I mi ___ 

Age 25-M with aulo “•WNIaa wlfh tha ahlllly to nieri MAN WITH MOVINa VAN WANTS 

X -- itos iMbiic. erork to any kind KV44B*T. 

The average work week will ba -— --- 

Ova day*, with some Saturday and GUTTERS RENEWED. A1-90 ALL 
Anday work'tadudad. with nqiav- poini work. GR 63742. OR 64413. - 

ApStoiluii'to w'ung suing aaa LETTER TYPING SERVICE BY 
eSertrorT ^Tflratirae iJId SR’ yrato f man 3H6-30W. 


anca VlctralA Tarma U daalrad 

JUST BACK FROM VACATION. 
Row raady to asm you. Painting, 
paper hanging, alterations ole. 
Olein, fait tfflcdenL Tammy Han 
I kar. EV547TL _ 

pioneer nroMinm 


Or oo the Island i.__ _ 

- body repair and Fell mating expert 
«»■». Wa offer top salary, rampnny 
ddlnga. ray and excellent benefits. Reply 
, l ~y- In writing to AllaUle Iruuranra Cm, 

Personnel Department. 1147 Watt 
Rroadway, Vancouver. 

SPECIAL nONCnMONH TO 

— Junior and high atomnl rtutomM 

willing to amiet In tomrali.w of . _» 

a/ler-atouoi Iragaea Ira model alto City Hall, tat later than 
rar raning Apply i" Mr Falk at Wednesday. October IU, ll 

Van lala Raoaawy Oarer* tn (ha ~ - - 

kiratixxna Hotel til Douglas. Ph 


MYERS A HILL-TOUT 

Rapa Ira and Allerationa 
Swimming PooU 

383-1813 or 38M625 


J4 ; THREE FUNERAL 
l« CHAPELS DEDICATED TO 
; £ THOUGHTFUL SERVICE 

i ” SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

; r , Memorihl Cb*pel 

. * of Chimes 

; £ Victori«, B.C. EV 3-7511 

l S CHAPEL OF ROSES 
J S Sidney, B.C. 656-2932 


LUNEY BROS. 

A HAMILTON 

Ilapalra altaratian* — KV 1-421*. 


TIME PAYMENT IK REQUIRED 

*4-4658 _ m-y m 

PAINTING AND DECORATING RY 
ral labia tradesman Reaeanabli 
ratoe. Free eetimaira. Guarani red. 
3M-lfgR or 479-331)2 

REDUCED - FALL PRICE* 

**x> (ar Deceratora. IndMalnal. rem- 
denUxl. spray and bntoh -painiUW. 
pagierhanglni;. 384-86 48. 3104724. 

IXTERIOR - INTERIOR ~ 
Spaeial low priem Can Ira tree 
astlmxla. Duuglax 18*5761 


FRENCH RESTAURANT 
706 Y*tes 

F* r ran plai a serving to T brrm 
ra alrkxn xieakx mrved with 
wine mure and tnuahroomx. 
Deaseri R», Open I a.m. to 

1 a.m. dally. 


CERAMIC TILE, FREE 
■ lea. Golden Glaaa, M« 

other types ceramic tils. 

irnred mosaic artlaanx. 

Tile. KV 62812. 


E5T1M- 
lic and 
Evper- 
Caxzola 


CFJSENT, STONK, IANDECAPING, 

piidanlnB. traa aa mica. E Vg-SHlk 
PA£m£ a.RAN TRADEBMAN. 


MOVINO FIRM HAS AN OPENING SCHOOL 

ln f^_<w n toto, .Mr • retired FOR WOMEN 

navi] af*nar «*n etSex hi supple 

ment hta Inoome. Ramunarati>*i on YOU LADIES win havi 
oxnmkam haatt. TTgx entod ba * rBl entering thli arlilng 
wry Iranliva ka ttw ngtu wen tofar yon thla aapurtuMi. 
Apply Victoria Pram, Bn ggl. luu»*| ,Ur ™ | ^''“ pon,!l ,nr 

to'Prtai YfXJNGMAN l* - TO if YEARS OP 

a a^«K Vahm age to undertata flva year Oil- AU. Q4'EWTV% u* 

S man Aptraenllcnhlp. SUrUn* rate mrdlne stoat to expert 
■0 pee hra» Fra farther trartiro- Reid financial hr, whethe 
in apply In perarai to E A N we faal you are suited. 
Railway Shcpa Jitonooi Street. ] Course Itielf. 
pm. Trawlsy. October IMh AU. INQUIRm confide 

**;«*» fc JUNIOR TRAINEE RK S'rSrt'y^'tStortee lo: 

rom OOLONY HOME SALE! 

iruat company. Excellent oppor- loe 0 ». 

lunily ftir idutremert. Apply Na- JNb-J/31 

flnoal Emptoymant Service, lost 

Jrfmaon.- - - lIvK IN UABY 8 ITTKR, 

CARETAKER-TENAIfT. 1X7W REN children, light hnuaahewpl 
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ALTERATION.'! ADDITIONS RE 
palm and painting. No yob too 1 
small or too large. 

PIONEER DBJOQRATOHS 
3H4-I851 _-VM-'ffVi 

GUARANTEED HOMES 

3R3-M8D 24 Hours 

Add that' new kitchen, bathroom, 
family room or bedroom NOWi 


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Petx and Sopaiian_ 

Plicae to Visit 
Protaaairaial Bandcan 
PTuoarty tar Sale ... 


Thomson a mvmn lost — man a uwg. black 

1 HUMSUIN m IKVINU „» et Govermwnt Wharf at Cowl- 

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Ktt mi Framarly af Wlnnfpei .. ■ . ---- 

A DignUtod and Underatondlng ^- p f A ^ r ‘-* DY ' 8 “4S* ™ 

Sarrlen at Moderate Cart < I ,r 7 ICT .. c, i!y f!‘!!. ■«» G ™"‘ 

PRE-NEED AT RID StT * W ' 12 _ 

EHUHIENTS LOST - BATHING SUIT AND 

IBS Quadra street Phone CV 63S13 bevel rt Rlctau-daon and St. Qiartaa 
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U*7 YOUR PETT HOMES WANT to Jamas Bny____ 

ed found 8 PCA EV »fl tl4 |M4» ; Rithrt Agendas Ud. 

mUNTF-AU Mack tall grown 

L:hrary. C.PL. M4IIH Bto-I 


PAPERHA.NUING. 
D. Smythe. Ph. 


Pnioerl* Wanted 


Restaurants __ 

lluum and Hoard ...„_ 

Hieena to Kent . 

Horans Warned . 

Ritual Iran Wanted (Femalel 
Hliualtraii Wanted (Mala) 
Sliuxti-ica Wanted (Mala or 

Feraalei .. 

spurting Gouda _ 

Slovea and Furnaeaa__ 

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irtvets (steady ra relief) Ph 


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'laing A CLEMKNTB CONST. 

Repairs, remodelling, additions 
80 yra combined expansea« in nnsL 
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and conventional homes, alas oom 
merdal buildings 3H64D91. 

J B W CONSTRUCTION AS LOW 
lea *13.31 par square hxA H.H.A.. 
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PAINTING AND DECORATING. 
KSAaunaHa rataa. aauaficthai r.iar- 
xnleed Termi EV J-74B GR » MTJ. 

PAINTING, DfTERIOR AND EX- 
tartor; g-iod ref ecencr; free raJ- 
mrtrx. Harold. 479441B 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 

Director* of Amaral service. 

Superior service since l NT 
734 K rough Inn St. EV S-tUfl. 

Member 

The Order of tha Golden Rule” 
A W. Franda W. H. Hayward 


PAINTING AND DECORATING, 
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Travel _ 

Trade Schooia . 

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Truck! 

TV Radio Sale* end Service 
Vacation Guide 

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Wan'ed tn Buy Houiaa _ 

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After S p.m. 


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Klfidnaaa- - Courtesy —Service 

» Fort EV 4 5312 


F.XPERIKNCFJ3 USED TAR SALES-] 
man required fur used car aaira. 
Call Jack Waathertev at :»«-5B22 


WOMAN CAPABLE OF CAKING 
for young children and hnuaekeep- 
j'ng. Live In 158-2353 evenlngi. 

WANTED CAR-HOP APPLY BIG 


WANTED, HOUSE SALESMAN 


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36 WSIN.SS SERVICES AND 60 
OIRICTORY 


Oailtj (III Inn till Victoria, B.C., Sun., Oct. 17 29 


• -w ’ " I'D. 


VCU MEAN--- WOODY? 


WELL, YOONfl 
lAEw!...rVE/| 

FINALLY 
1 HAD ENOUGH 
V OF THU! A 


VICTOWA!". HOW WELL t ■ 
KNOW THEM!--YOUKI A&OUT 
i TO MAU A ilt EWING FOOL J 


rM Af RAID YOU CAN! DO 
MUCH ASOUT THAT, PAPA!-I’M 
. 28 ytAJtt OLD, YOU KNOW 1 . 


Pkota engraving 


r mi HIM-IF \ 
\Hi AKD I WUC I 

i) TMt lAFTm> J 

/ ftOPU UFT ON 
EARTH- I NCUIOMT 
. WEAK TO HIM. - 
L 'rtx’M' M 


6671 WOOD ft CAUING ■ 
FROM THE PALMER HOME. 
JENNIFER---PLEADING, NIT 
l TEARS IN HIS Y0ICI.TO 

\tmk to you! 


TV TALK 


DRY GORDWOOD FIR 

Duglu 10D« fir. hear quaLty 

3 ;* load* all nandspui 

curds | 1 S J turd* |3< 

JH ords dry pealet liW»/t2L 
DRYLAND PBR SAWDUST 
F»r klniirn and Furnace 
Dryland mlllwuud. m o.x-ds III 
F.replsr* *imL 3 ft milimod. tlf 
j unila dry ahavmgs I 1 SS 
Kiln-dry planer ends 2H eunli $i« 
H a * kitchen wuud 2’,« curds IIS 
Dr> ee-la- blocks IT . 2\* cords |10 
Fartlllwr sawdust. I units IS K 
Kr*f wails lor fUL 
1 -Day Deliver* 

DHILLON FUEL CO. 

EV a-ssu and EV : 04Si 


PHOTO ENGRAVING - 
Hall Ton* Line and Co lor 

Knjrsv-irv Cimmcmal Art 
ISLAND ENGRAVERS 
•Fu Pembroke. |urt below Duugtoi 
Plan# EVSS831 


ftaxement! 


Fur quslily wurkmanshipc (rum .men 
o! integrity, •••ewull a member 
of the 

Vancouver island piaster 

INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION 
_l’hune ttdin or SK! H121 

PLASTERING, STUCCO. PATCHING 
and repaln GH1-4773 


Sunday’s Highlights 

4:00 p.m. — Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong 
appear on a Hollywood Palace rerun—6. 

6:30 — The Capitol, 
a tour of the building 
in Washington. DC. 


Plumbing and Heating 


prrr a holt lit*. 


KILN-DRY 
FIR PLANER ENDS 

Beat quality hand - loaded 2 * 1 . 2 * 1 . 
2x*. etr. Very clean. Guaranteed 
bu sawdust or blu of'Sark. IT'. 

DRY SHAVINGS 

Immedlste Delivery 

SOOKE FUEL CO. 

EV 2 2211 EV »W2S 


J WELHAH. Prop. 

■heel Metsl Wort. Plumbing. Heat 
tna IruUllatlona 0(1 Burners 
■02 Esquimsll Rd EV 1-7411 


8:00 —Ed Sullivan's 
guests include the Mc¬ 
Guire Sisters and Sid 
Caesar -2, 6, 7, 12. 

10:00 — This Hour 
Has Seven Days, truly 
the best h6ur on Cana¬ 
dian weekly television 
- 2 , 6 . 

Sunday’s 

Sports 

1:30 a.m.—Football. 
Eagles vs. Giants— 
2 , 6 . 

11 : 00 —Football, 

Chargers vs. Patriots 


Televi§ion for Sunday 

Pragtaas •*»]••( 4* lait-sajaaU <lua|u by slstlsaa 


Root lag, Insulation 1*1 Siding 


WOODWARD'S STORES 
(Victoria Ltd.) 


Cbaanel II 
b VIM-TV 


Side*#* nr 
Hud Sherman 


Lamp Td My Peel 
Look Up and Llva 
M.ern.jn Chair 
Miimln* Wo midp 

Morning Worship I INirt r »|t 

l>»1.xs ' Film 

Farm Fnrum Fiwtball 

Face Nation F.mhall 


SUdeebow 
Rut Sherman 

F.n VYance 
Thto Week 


Security: Accent 
American Econ. 
Rettgtuu* Feaiura* 
Uuwn Tn Earth 
Annie Oakley 
ranun 
Cartuuna 
Discovery 


RELIABLE Roofing and tnnalta 

ti «i using DOMTAR material* in- 
atalled by EXPERIENCED iMoteo 
RausCaobun guaranteed. 


Reilgluui Feaiuree 
Thu la Life 


Fertilizer-Sawdust 
Dxible ecreeneo loe herns and 
rardena By bulk or blown 
P*reat-b>lu«* Pick n« at delivered 
Dry shavings - Special 
Two weeks only 
1 units 14 H 


This Week 


Radluon 


StaTU 
F .«4 lull 
F-o<t»a 
Football 


Workshop 
Works!**! 
Font ball 
Funs ball 


Music Hall 
Football 
Foothall 
Pool ball 


Llghl: Davry 
Movie 
Movie 
Movie 


Fiak hail 


VICTORIA ROOFING 
AND INSULATION CO. LTD. 

Aanhali mingle*, cedar and shake* 
gutters and well Ole. Free eatlmaiaa 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
EASY TERMS 

gl? Fort Street EV 2 -JS 3 I 


Expedition 

Pal Lame 
Urrcttuna 
Issues Anewera 


prat ball 
Football 
Fix* ball 
Fok ball 


TRA 

Start* 

Football 

Footliajl 


Football 
Football 
Out (Vara 


FnotlieJI 
Faliull 
FWHhall 
Son** at Faith 


Football 
Football 
Oral Robert* 


Football 

Football 

Football 


Britain 


Srbuolhoue* 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Newt 12:13) 

Vole* ol Calvary 
Oral Robert* 
Brother Bud 


Count re 

Cars on* 

Movie 

Movie 


Ciuntrv Calendar 

Lurv 

Faith 

Farmers Daughter 


Pollllre 
PollUcs 
Hurti KnenJer 
Virginian 


Foot hall 


Foot I all 
Football 
Football 


PARKER, JOHNSTON 

Ut Broad LTD 


Movie 


Movie 


Virginian 


Ranee River 
Cartoons 
Bowling 
Bowline 


Movie 
Meet Pres* 
What a Story 
College Bond 


HoUvwuod Palace 
Hollywood FWlace 
Nature nt Things 
F Troob 


Fun- O- Rams 
Fun-O-Rams 
Fun -0 Rscna 
Amateur Hour 


Music 

Nature n# Tilings 
Hymn Sing 


Virginian 

Farmer'* Daughter 
Cartoiki* 


Movie 
Mia la 
Muvi* 


EV 2-fSBl 

ROOFING. 1 NSLLATION at IU very 
— ~ SO yaare' combined 


1 have a m o tmage for Robert 
Goulet from Francis ScoLt 
Key.” t 


MOORE 

WHITTINGTON 

LUMBER 

LTD. 


Amateur Hour 


BEST Over - --- 

exutnence to stand tha TEST 


11:00 —Foo tba i t 

B.C. Lions vs. Hamil 
ton- 8. 

12:45 p.m.—Football, 49ers vs. Rams—7, 12. 

Sunday’s Movies 

The Seekers (1954 adventure), Jack 


Challenge 

Siorumaa 

Voyage 

Voyage 


Mm 

The Cantu! 
The Camtol 
Walt Dtcnry 


Voyage 

Voyage 

Hank 

Flashback 


tnui Century 

National Velvet 


Perry Mason 
Perry Maauo 

Hank 

Flashback 


Wall Disney 
Wall Disney 
Don't Eat Dalaeyi 
Amo* Burke 


You Asked For t! 

M.ivle 

Muvi* 


T allot lag 


Movie 

Muvi# 


Fav.rita Martian 


COMPLETE ALTERATIONS AND 
re model mg to up date" men's ap 
parvl Truuier* tapered. Oats 
ahurteoed. etr. Hanikl'a Tailor Stag) 
ai Watson s Man a Wear, 14*3 Doug 
laa EV VltOS 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Sullivan 
Bonanza 
Bonaitaa 

Hour Has 7 Day. 
Hour Baa 1 Dayi 


Will Dlwiey 
Branded 
Runana 
Bona tna 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Sullivan 

Bunansa 

Bonanza 

Hour Has T Dan 
Hour Has 7 Dan 

Newi 

Mom* 


Ed Sullivan 
F.d Sullivan 
Penrv Mason 
Perry Mason 


Movie 
Guest Star 
Muir 

Ask Doctor 


Am.■ Burks 
Combat 

Com hat 

Peyton Place 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Suiuvan 


FBI 

Movl* 

Movte 


Start that Rumpus Room I 
now and have it ready fori 
the New Year's Party. I 
SEE THESE 
M-W SPECIALS 

Pre finished 1 UC Mahogany 
Via Groove. J/l*~4x» 

J3.75 each 

Unfinished R C Mahogany 
Va* Groova. 1'14—4«7- 

32.60 each i 

Unfinished R/C Mahogany 
Plywood. >*—*r x7T'- 

$1.85 each; 

Unftnlihed R/C Mahogany 
Plywood. W—XT’agr 1 - 

$2.19 each 

Unfinished R/C Mahogany 
Plywood. W—4x6— 

$4.45 each 


Warkieat Ship 
WaHciagt Ship 


Candid Camera 
What's My Lina 
Tv* Got a Secret 
Peter Gun 


DuoT tn Ufa 
Hour O t Stara 
Muaki 


Movt* 

Movie 

News <11: III 
News: Movie 


Court Martial 
Court Martial 

News 

Wrest lin g (U 48) 

Wreetbn* 
Wrestling > 


Cun* mo Its 
C unamok* 
Death Valley 
Mint# 


10:30 ».m. 

Hawldna—12. 

2:30 p.m.— Bright Eyes (1934 drama), Shirley 
Temple—4. 


Movie 


SCIENTIFIC PRUNING. SPRAY 
lng removal. Large Shade and Irui: 
tree* Power slump crupper In- 
aured. Chas. A. Cowl# Tree bur - 
gem. Ltd EV 2-1FI4, eve* EV AIWA 

HAMBHOOK THE TREE MAN." 
K,isstable EV 4 IgtA EV 4-3244. 


Movie 

Muvi* 


2:30—National Velvet (1944 horse story for kidi), 
Elizabeth Taylor (before she grew)—5. 

• v Anton 


Television for Monday 

at! Hkjeea to tast-alaato sfeaagee *> ststlene eeaesratd. 


3:00—Man from Morocco (1945 drama), 
Wal brook—2. 

4:00 — Watusi (1959 adventure), 


37 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 


George Mont¬ 
gomery—7. 

4:30—Gulliver 1 * Travels (full-length 1939 cartoon 
feature)—11. 

4:30—Title to be announced—13. 

6:00—They Came to Cordura (1959 western), Gary 
Cooper—12. 

7:00 —Life Begins at 17 (1958 comedy), Martc 
Damon—11. 

7:00—Title to be announced—13. 

9:00—Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1959 
adventure), Jairie* Mason—4. 

9:00—Title to be announced—13. 

11:20—Trooper Hook (1957 western), Joel McCrea 

— 2 . 

11:30—The Long Hot Summer (1958 drama), Paul 
Newman—6. 

11:30—The Awakening (1958 Italian-made drama), 
Anna Magnani—12. 

12:00—Band of Angels (1957 drama), Clark GaWa 


Accouatieg Savvies 


catnr 


KMALI, BUSINESS ACCOUNTING, 
payroll, cullecltoo*. ITAX returns 
Hour nr engraft Les Dryadale, 
EV 2-4SK3 anytime. 


I. P. Pair flee 
flgl. Praetun 
News 
McOuv i 

Andy Griffith 
Dtfk Vaa Dyka 
Love ol Life 
Search; Light 

RachaFv Father 
As World Turns 
Password 
Huaseparty 


Rovntier Room 

Sideshow 

Sideshow 

Kids: CTxulotta 
Ed Allen 
Mr. end Mrs. 
Shopotog 
Bingo 


Cartoon* 

Cartoon* 

Woman a World 
McCuy't 

Andy Griffith 
Dick Van Dyke 
Luva ol LU* 
Mika Duuglai 


Jack I elan* 
Muvi* 


Youth 


M u vlt 
Movie 
Young 9*4 
Young Set 


■ Design and drafting service. 

* Plans drawn to your spedfScnllona. 

* Many original design* on lUa. 

■ Reasonable rate* 

BRIAN WALLACE 
Bus. 477-1131 He* M4 TMB 

SLEGG BROS. 

»» QUADRA 

CUSTOM DESIGN PLAN SERVICE. 
NHA and VLA iDaclaliatL Call Mr 
Jonea WlfJI or EV 4SU2. Vlu- 
tone ConsiruoOoa Lid. 

HOMES DESIGNED. COMPLETE 
drafting aarvlca Kaaauoabla. Pb. 


Dry Barking la (trap that rum pm 
room celling, T/yg, la varlnoa wldih* 
and lenglha. at 

$93.00 per M 


fame* Beard 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 


Romper Room 


Mika Douglas 
Mike Dallas 
Pasawigg 
House party 

To Tell Truth 
Edge of Night 
Secret Storm 
PDA 


Movie 

Movie 

limit 


Romper Room 

Cartoon* 

Dra gnet 

Movie 

Movie 

Mov|« 

Girl Talk 


You Don't toy 

Mike Dallas 
Mike Doagtaa 

Movie 


Movie: Preilew 
People la Conflict 
Fractured Phra**t 
It's Your Move 


Preview ait) 
Mr are! Mrs. 
To Tell Troth 

Take to 


To Tell Troth 
Edge of Night 
Secret Storm 

Superman 


DONNACONA 
CEILING TILE 
LOWEST PRICE EVER 

ltoli Dnahte Eoalad wane. 

44' per carton, at 

$8 88 

Q"-lk02 Double Eoalad White, 
at' per Carlin, at 

$8 88 

IT* Boatltcta Slsptaa to a te l ir e Dm 
celling tiles ta tha dry hackmg. at 

90c per M 

Ask at M W tor ■ Boaaick 
■Upta Gun 


Never Ten Van* 
dm Action la 
Captain Pugal 
DoMa GUlle 


Mlrkrv Moua* 
Saa Hunt 
iLJoyd Tharton 
Uoyd Than fun 

New*. Rborto 
Munatcri 
Windfall 
Lurv Show 


Paradis* 

Ad»enlurat 
Uraktman BID 
Brakeman Bill 

Mavenrk 
Maveri-k 
Uuier Limit* 
Outer Limit* 


J. P. Palchaa 
J. P Patch#* 
Lloyd Thaxtcn 
TTiaxton: New* 


Mickey Meuse 
Fun-G Rama 
Fun-O Hama 
Movl* 


Mon* 

■tan Banana 

Yogi Bear 


EV 3-4101. 


News 

Movie 

Rad Skelton 


Male, mid forties tall. 

J Dung at heart, good position, with 
re model car. wuuM Ilka to meet 
Udy tor dancing and nuUogs- Photo 
and ohco# nhmber pteaaa. Reply 
victoria Pfe. Boa 6 w 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
Having trouble with your drinking* | 
Conuci AJcotatic* Anonymous el! 
EV M413 or P 0 Bo* L Victoria.' 
B C ConndaatiaL 

TRANSPORTATION WANTED! 


Die* Powell 
Ihck P-well 


Fngtuva 
Fugitive 
P erry Coma 
Parry Crane 


Fugitive 
Fugitive 
Perry Como 
Perrv Como 


Bewitched 
Andv Griffith 

Music Ball 
Taka a Chanca 


Lucy 

Andr Griffith 


Sunday’s Radio 

11:00 im. — Football, B.C. Lions at Hamilton— 


Wrestling 


Mere Griffin 
Merv Griffin 

Muvi* 

Movie 


Big VaHey 
Rig Valley 

Newt 

Pierre Barton 


Wrestling 

News 


DON'T LET JACK FROST 
CATCH YOU NAPPING ! 
WINTERIZE NOW ! 

Ceaiaoa FtoanMlea Wsathantrto — 

3 paces t It., 1 piece 1 ft— 

per aet 98c 

FOR THE CARPENTER OR 
HOBBYIST 


CKNW. 


High tiff a 
NlgMiR* 


Monday’s Highlights 


41 8UILDIN0 SUPPLIES 41 4UILDIMO SUPPLIES 41 SUILDINa SUPPLIES 41 BUILDING SUPPLIES 


9:00 p.m.—Perry Como’s first special of the se«r 
•on—2. 5, 6. 

Monday’s Movies 

9:00 a.m.—Thunder Road (1958 drama), Robert 
Mtchum—4. 

12:30 p.m.—Horizon* West (1952 western), Robert 
Ryan—6, 8. 

2:00—Jeannie (1941 drama), Michael Redgrave—1L 

2:30—Title to be announced—13. 

3:30—Al Jennings of Oklahoma (1951 western), 
Dan Duryea—5. 

5:30_Gun that Won the West (1955 western), 
Dennis Morgan—12. 

7:00—Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and 
Mr. Hyde (1953 comedy)—7. 

7:00—Title to be announced—13. 

411:00—A Star !a Bora (1955 musical drama), 
Judy Garland—12. 

11:20—Bullwhip (1958 western), Guy Madison—7. 

11:35—You'll Find Out (1940 comedy). Kay Kyser 


NE KNOWING THE 
ol George William 
i tact Victoria Proas. 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
SUPPLIES LOOTED 


8. J. PEDEN LTD. 
Building Supplies 


CUBBON LUMBER 


STEWART k HUDSON 


DESIRES 

Victoria 


Special $2.96 

Ed Kucher Dteatoa Haai 
■ 14 potaa. rig blade Rap». 


B 3Pc Davwu Bulla . MAM 
n-i. " Blood Oak Dtnatto Stole 

■ table. 4 chain .. ME 

»-t-c B Teak Veneer Ctofaa Table. 

H ®"K*4" .137.■ 

R Walnut ftnlto 4-drawer cheat, 

IR B NEW Sto.M 

ns * 

CM B FREE DRMVERY 

•« B EASY TERMS 

«L» H FREE PARKING 

C .20 1 B 

C 37 B STANDARD FURNITURE 

C.MIB BARGAIN BASEMENT 

44 i R 

MiH MnliAM Bldg . View SL 
MB EV2-CU 

C 30|B 

IlM B Blllllllllll 


BUldk« Supply Con 
P now good as Oct. 23 


LOOSE FILL INSULATION 
BAG, ONLY 87e 


lar M. 

Special $5.15 
Stanley Ball Pel a Bsremeri torged 
w**< head, hickory handle Regu¬ 
lar CM— 

Special $2.0C 
Stanley hitton Cutter Ha. 3g(. 
plan* l)ge with regular hlade 


IJM-VE REAL EdTATS 
PROBLEMS 

Raymoad De Havltlaad Smith 
Nnrtbaaataru Sacarltiaa Lid 

EV ASH) nto 


1 x 1 Rough 1 13 pea) . 
1 x 2 Ore Med >12 pea] 
l«h Drasaad ig pcs. I 
1*4 Draaaai K peal 
lxi Drasaad <4 peal 
IKS Dreasad i4 pea) 
2x3 Drwsaed ■< pea. I 
2 x 1 Dresead each ... 
2x4 Dn sas d each _ 
2xA Dresead each ... 

lxi Dneed aarh_ 

2 xia Dr*sa i d each _ 


INSULATION TIME 
Vermicuiite Loosed! 
L*rg( Bag.. 


PANELLING FEATURE 

■OTATION" SERIES 
P.V. WOOOU RAINS 


OitLY. 


LEARN TO rUY-YOt! CAN QUITE 
easily at Victoria a own Royal Cana¬ 
dian Flying Club. S3*2413, or writ* 
F.U. Box MS Setoey B C. 

ANONYMOUS MARRIAGE BUREAU 
Pust Office Bis 137. Victoria 


real mod . . costa haJ 

MALABAR TEAK . 

CASPIAN WALNUT .... 
ACADIAN ASB 
BRUNSWICK CHKRRY 
WATERFORD KLM ... 


Special $2.35 


Complete stork* of GotdbtaU Flnldb 
lag Tf m|i and Plastering Tmwst* 
■ad all Coat ret* Ftantung Toe 1 * 

:HEADQUARTERS tor waakaad 
ptrlniita of TARGET MIX Irataid 
Corrata and Mortar. 

I SAND GRAVEL- DRAIN TILR 
LAFARGE CEMENT 


WOOL 


BATHROOM CABINe-TS 

Limlled Rock left of the** aearrv- 
leaa plan body nhtoets with itola 
mirror Saa to*a* al M A W and 
cumjar*— 

$10.98 ach 


CLEARANCE SPECIALS 

4stott ASH Ptywood . . 04 « 

4stoSi RIBBON MAH. Plywd. H4.lt 
4xtoW RJX WOODGRAIN 
Hardboard . S3» 

tin'. UTILITY Pegbcard . CSC 


PACKAGED LUMBER 


MAYNARDS 
AUCTIONEERS 

Fumishin^i purchased out* 
' -■ -; right or sold on consignment 
j Appraisal without obligation 

HIGHEST PRICES 
:• . REALIZED AT 

| MAYNARDS! 388-5191 


ENROLL NOW 
FALL CLASSES 
. IBM 

Ke> punch 
Tab aceuuMiag 
Computer programming 
For Information writ*: 

K WAY TECHNICAL INTTTUTE. 
Victoria Press, Box FJ3 


2x4 Son (SO pea.) € Hr ..... 
2x4 Keen. (M pea.) E fir .... 

Si4 Econ. iM pea. I a __ 

2x4 Emu (110 pea. I r_ 

2x3 Mlllnm IB pal f_ 

CEDAR SPECIALS 


PLASTIC LAMINATE *1* Fowm get . 98c 

Sea tha Special at M h W Now! Angie pet .$1.10 

k .'£r 

Three plsetlr Ismnwle ebeels took AlUfTt. Thr e shold ...... $2.95 

and bet like Arborlt* or Formica. 

Cotor-Qaidea Glitter or |no Whitr 

at $13.89 FABULOUS SALE 
33H% Duacxxmt Off 
Quality Ajax Lina 
Cupboard Hardware 


FIR PLYWOOD SALE 

■SANDED SANDED 

r .„ xto rxr jt- . .. t 

-118 Car - 4 

_AM Ca» i*_I 

_ Al* Aar S ' _ A 

_ 17* Air 4*_i 


Monday’s Radio 

10:10 p.m.—Gaailght—CFAX. 


BLACK AND DECKER 
SPECIAL DAYS 
Drill—BIOS—* 1 XM 
Drill EiL M pea 
Rag StoO . Special EM.M 

Jig Haw KM. Id pea. 

Reg CB.M . ..J. Bpactal S34.M 

TSF' Saw with case and blade 

Rag SW TS . Special Ml H 

*'■ Drill—8130. Ilg Saw—Bill. 
Vow Finishing Sander—£140 
Your Choice, each_ MSB 


HEAVY EQUIPMENT 
Earn big pay as operators or me- 
rhanks. We train oa live equipment 
-ehuvela, duaers. aerapera, giadets. 
For full Information write Greer 
Tech. Victoria Press Box BB 


2 x 1 Cedar Dreaeed . 
2 x 8 Cedar Dreaeed . 
2x10 Cedar Dreessd 


n 00 

Opao Six Out A Weak To S;M pm. 

CUBBON LUMBER 


41 MUSICAL INST8UMINTS 41 MUSICAL INST8UM8NT8 


RUMPUS ROOM BUYS 

E1LINC TILE, super or gueitty 
Jotea-ManrtUe, to 13xU. 12x34 


FOR THE 

"DO-IT-YOURSELF" MEN 
SEE THESE SPECIALS ! 

SAVE !! 

I aaah to apm <m wbm> Sato to- 

rtuded. atoe Tr'ai'A'-l Uto. 

at $17.75 

1 double casement frame. RAX 

? ^’to "opto MAHOGANY PLYWOODS 

ciud^. .me rr xStr-4 m.^ V« Groove S2.59 

l M A W tosh. OA measurement. 3/18x4x8 V(* GCOOVC $2,99 
JF'xs*"—is,". • lit*. 3/16x4x8 V.G. Pretin. $3.99 

ABOVE FRAMES COMPLETELY I X” ^ rooVe 

ASSEMBLED—SASH FITTED ALL V*X4x8 Vf* Groove $4.95 
READY TO SLIP INTO YOUR 


3-Plara Idvhsn aet 

Walnut oeieojc labia __ p* 

Hedalde rnmfflode .If 

APleo* chaatartlsld. Groan wax 

trleta ..aa 

Wain id tea wagon..CM 

.Walnut china cabinet ..SB 


TRY YOUR NE WORGAN 
AT HOME 
BEFORE BUYING ! 


CEILING TTI.ES 
AH Size*— Factory 
Pgintdd White 


M Vtayt Asbeatoa TV*, aa. 
1*4 Rahbat Door Jamb, m 

4x7x3/lA VA Mahnwany . 

txSaS/ll Vd. Mahogaay . 

ttod/M VA Prefto. Mak. . 


EATON'S rent-to-purchase 
plan allow* you to apply the 
monthly rent to the purchase 
price if you decide to buy ! 

HOME DEMONSTRATION 
AND FIVE LESSONS 
included in the price of all 
organs, new or used ! 

EATON'S Music Centre 
Matin Floor 

Home Furnishings Building, 
Phone 382-7141 


E**y Terms 
•HOME" FURNITURE 


Quality Spinet Pianos 
Brand New, for $695 


WINTER IS COMING. a» tack an 
4 a. yovr WESTEX ROOFING. Den 
Sputa Nipples. Shingles and Raef 
g Is ing Gum. 

131 

ml Broken line of tarr brtok. Many to 
#.il choue* from at LOW. LOW pric • 
SEE THESE AND ASK VOR THE 
CIVEAWAY PRICKS. 


DANCING 


FLETCHER BROS, 

mo Douglas ata mts 


WANTea>. PIANO, COTTAGE SIZE 
preferred P»rtlcul*ns to 82H Bre¬ 
chin Road. Nanalmu 


AVTItfl'E XtAHOGANY INNING R.M 


MAKIE MAGGIORA 
. BALLET SCHOOL 

OAK BAY 

Member of the Royal Academy 
cf Dancing. 3SJ-28SB. 

EILEEN'* SCHOOL OF DANCING 
AND BATON TWIRLING 

til View rotadanot ph. 


Open All Day Saturday 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 


PIANO REBUILDING, TUNING. 
H Williams. EVatDig. EV 62324. 

GUITAR-A FINE INSTRUMENT 
tn perfect condition, DO. 477-W7S 

SALE. S-STRING ORPHEUM 
banjo, lb top ahepe. Cbae. EV UR 


KILSHAWS 
AUCTIONEERS 
Buy - Sell 

Cauh 

Guaranteed Appraisals 
[5 Fort EV 44441 


PREFINISHED EXOTICS 
JMBER! .17.95 

mmS^Tc 3/16x4x8 Gold Birch . .$9.97 

rw taagta- 14*4x8 CM Oak .$10 95 

each 12c Kx4x8 Safari .$10.95 

rr J- >,4x4x8 Craft* Maple . Ill B5 

4B r* C w^ * xAxS J *P Chfrry 

each Wc 3/16x4x8 Clear Walnut $11.44 


Open All Day Saturday 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
SUPPLIES LIMITED 


LARGE CRIB. PHONE tVHjl 

4S MUSICAL IN5T8UMINTS 


Phona 386-3464 


HALL k FAIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE 
Everything in Music 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
MUSIC LESSONS 
Open Wednesday afternoons 
and Friday evenings. 

728 Fort EV 581 


TIME to ENROLL! 
Guitar, Piano, Accordion, 
Drums, Clarinet, Trumpet 
and Saxophone. 

BERN IE PORTER 
MUSIC STUDIO 
1724 Douglas EV 2-9541 


Whether if* . . 
NEW or USED 
PIANOS 


FURNACE 

REPAIR MATERIALS 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONS 

Tuesday and Saturday 


SHAWNlG/vN' 

for 

"SERVICE" 


VESTA 

Furnace and Stove Coal 
From Alberta 
$19 60 per ton 

ROSE FUEL CO. LTD. 
13-11(3 1700 Douglas 


PLYWOOD SHEATHING 
DEE EXTERIOR 

5/16x4x8 . $2.1 

>ix4x8 .$2.4 

)ix4x8 .$3.4 

I?.x4x8 .$4.4 

34x4x8 .$5 4 


Fumac* Linars — Fir* Brick 
rtro Clay and Devil's Putly 
ALUiTUL—Unsurpassed aa a bund 

mg agam between new and o>d 
cunerou atrfaeaa. 

P.T C—Bonding agant tor taastaritig 
toh* 

GOLDHLATT Total for Ih* concrete 

K sttnng and III* worker 

ND - GRAVEL - CEMENT - 


ORGANS 

RAISAL 

evmsos EATON S 

_has convenient Monthly 

Terms Available. 

Buy on EATON’S Budget 
&ES! Term* with NO DOWN 


DOME TO THE BIUT19H UP- 
tut alary Sbap and have ycsir tad 
tawwerflelds tgihulalered Ilk* new. 
Lane range of tobrlc* tor slip 
cuvera and drapes. Two new iitp- 
mverad love saati. I#n each; din¬ 
ing roan aAtr: alao antique tawJra 
tar aale. Owner of Jofawan and 
Broad. EV5-XZ22 


Framing Lumber and Short* 

Plywujda - Panelling - Wajitoarda 
Bundin' Hardware - Paint* 
Cabinets - Duura - Windows 
Cat linn - Fluor - Wall Tiles 
Akpenltt - ArtortM - Formica 
EVERYTHING FOR THE 
ROME HANDYMAN 

W* ARE OPEN 
• rULL DAYI PER WEEK 

Convenience - Quality 
Satisfaction 


STUART WALKER 
ano audio, classical, all a|*a. 
SHStOoz. 114 Beach Drive. 

PLAY POPULAR PIANO 
M leeson*. raauJUl guaranJeed. 
ra- Tad WllUam i_ EVAt ag 

STHERS ACCORDION STUDIO 


PRES-TO-LOGS 


I unit. 340 logs til. to dmaeroy 
to uWL ID mga D sn. 

I Barts Kindling. D 90 
enillami Coal EV 2 Mf 

COAL THAT I ARTS. CLEAN TOF 
grade* Mcbanl Hall A Sn. since 
ISO, 74g Furl EV4-14M _ 


WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAY 
pen from 1:00 Am. to l: 0 o p.m. 
8 d« M W Sign—Off Bay Slraef 
Just west of Government 
2*14 Bridge RL 
Phona Mini 


STUCCO WIRE 


Large Rolls 


WE BUY USED PIANOS 
for cash. Phone EATON'S 
Music Centre. 382-7141. 


ISLAND BUILDING G«rd W 96; chin* cabinet, c 

SUPPLY COMPANY LTD. *X' ’ 

S» Gorge Road East KV2H13 “j-'L. 

Opp B.C. Hydro Bui Depot Variety, to*. Doug las. 3XS33t 

CLEANING 

- 2 placa cfioslerlleld cleaned. _ --- 

XXXXXXXXXXXX ""Xhod to yi.ur own bum* trom 111 -yments. IB free toaa„ 

'. 0 Al! wnk gusraflleed. We alao clean ««» Sludio. 1 XJD Brad 

\ KITCHEN X carp*lx Call Ambassador Home EV M34X 

X REMODELLING X 3*™? ; CV J- SM2 ----- SKE nK >KW DAVHKY t 

X Victoria * One-Slon X BUNK BE1M WITH B0X 8 > ,H| NG: w.«j jgi . »*# keyboaro, 

v a-u u X . P v *•?>“'• ■ r l b ‘' f,,e J ,avtoi board NUrvy new 

X Kitchen Centre X mil-away beds wUb msUresaai. Ail Ugfo Also new Lowrey 

X We can take care of the X 'i!- ,UCTl . c ?T lllt0 "' *** ** _ 

X entire W, t X FINEST RE-UPHOLSTERINU rl m 

\ enure job ! A Can ev J-iin rot ira eaUmatas uS ,£l n S ,t ^>' 

X ’ CABINETS X Standard Furnit ure 13 7 Yat a a. U30 Brwd 9L m~. 

X • SINKS and X wantkd-dining room table urfoRbAN nl.ta 

X COUNTER TOPS X ™ 

V • t>t iivrnTNir’ V ——_ Fiac with 13 note bed! 

A PLUMHlMi A VHLAS MAPLE FURNITURE. IN- Trtdm arceptod-Tei 

X * RE-MODELLING X eluding dining room labia. t>ho» WOODWARD’S 

V CW- t'.n__ V CR1ta4M M floor. Mayfair. IM 


Drain Tile . 
Downspout* 


TV, STIRIO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


Concrete Mix 
Topping Mix 
2 Ply Roofing 
Slate Roofing 


M* Hamnvmd rhie-d 


■ TOVE AND rURNACE 0U- 
meiarag gal ivan Ideal Fun Co 
Ltd EV J-4gn EV 12812 


"SHAWN IG AN” 
Building Supplies Ltd. 
W GOVERNMENT M2 


NEW 

Exceptional Price* on ADMIRAL 
« TV —V txmaoieue. only »iw with 
trade; 23" 2 -ipeaker ronataf $22* 
with trade: 23" 2 -speaker de lux* 
console, S249 with trade, or chooea 
from new H modrl*— portable* and 
cooaoles -and color. 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
1720 and S|M Douglas 


LUMBER SPECIAL* 
BARGAINS FOR BUILDERS 1 
Buy dlrocl and save dot tore. 

A yard full of good grades of Doug 
las Fir framing lumber. Befur# you 
buy. check our prices, guaranteed 
to save you money. Specials, prices 

F er 1 M 0 ft 

<1 Fir shiptop m/R .S3S 

1x28 Fir shiptop m'R .gSS 

2x4. S' Fir. pre cut studs .US 

Jxd Fir. random . ns 

2 xS. 2 x 2 X 1 , 2x22 Fir .(38 

Fee the lowest prices, best quality 
and service, pbme or bring your 
| lumber requirement* to 
HOME LUMBER AND BUILDING 
SUPPLY LTD . IV 2-2ZI1 
td* DAVID ST. 


TOTEM - LOGS 
240 LOGS $15.50 


LUMBER 
Complete Stocks 
Building Lumber 
Bring us your list or Sketch 
For FREE Estoiat* 


Jogindar Lumbar Co. I 
I Ota) Uta detrain AY* 

I7S-1IZ] 

UA shltaap hamktog 

M/R R/L .| 

L-A abiptap Sr M/R R/L ..{ 


Delivered to basement 
storage. 


TV RENTALS 


19” and 27” Portables by 
the Week or Month. 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
EV 3-6911 


384-9381 


WOOD - WOOD 
DRYLAND FIR WOOD 

{Never been m water) ' 
Clean Stabs and Bkrtg 
Ito Cords 114 SS 

BEST FUEL CO. 

CV 4-S8A4 

AGRICULTURAL SAWDUST 


RENOVATE-REMODEL 

* Kitchens, Balhrooms 

* Nrw Planning. Apptlancaa 

* Design Ijsyoufa. Fixtures. 

* All trades under on* roof. 

* Budget Term#. Quick Service. 

R. A. GREEN LBR. Co. Ltd 


raa and amplifier, new gaso. i torn-, i .51 
p* cln » and trabls ^ pip,up, tulws I mnids wsrl 
GR e-affi 2 . rant.v. 2 yean m picliwe tulie 

BEY HAWKES CLARINET *® 50 1 "e^ * ’ Royal moot 

new W or nnmlX pb "g*" Highway 

Liejs Machine Shoo. IOK Mason. Ph. 

-- EV(LS27S. 

IAMIC M1CROPHON F. AND- 

1 Rnscuijlr EV 2-S874. 

--—-BUT I FR BROTHER* TOR 

ING. REPAIRS. REBUILDING. ZENITH TV—EV 3-4911 

l Plano Service JW-4S2S. ------ 

--2_J- CHESTER LITTLE TV AND RADIO 

PIANO FOR BALE. repair*. Guaranteed work. K»ll- 

_WStalfM_ male*. Calls S3.Ol Phone EV 4-4350. 

NTZMAN UPRIGHT CIL4ND VTKING 21" CTWHC2GF GOOD 
o, 8230. GR1-3420. condition. Reaeunabla. EV2«»4L 


STEWART * HUNDSON, 
LTD. 

405 Gorge Road EV 6-3211 
Open Ail Day Saturday 
Free Easy Parking 


You Get 

TIGER FAST DELIVERY 


-9T74 A 5. Easy to Park 

AND g"r~A VCL ROAD 
- and Hay fill Clean used 
mck. OK Trucking Cb.. TSO Topax 


LANGFORD BUILDING 
SUPPLY 

opaa asvso day* a weak 


ttt TRUCKING CO. LTD. 

383-3414 


liAND 


HANDPICKED. I 
i. Evtrrw. 


•I.ANER END* I 
si. 2x10 Bast Bros 


Ptaltici 


Peyiae Mac* 


Newi 


pverrv Barton 

Movie 


Muvi* 

News 



CLAUDD4E 

CDHTAZ 

BALLET 

Sc boot. MK 

IneX Dr. 

383-BD34. 

*0 

FUEL 


CmI 


X k CO. !C CHINA CABLNET. SLIDING GljtSS 

X 911 Fort EV 3-1112 X * b00taw ' *= n - 

XXXXXXXXXXXX CHINA CABINET, ton CK l-722f 
QUALITY <w GR0-6U6._ 

FIVE-PIECE KITCHEN CHROME 
BUTLER BROTHEKb set lio affl-Ogsn 

Dellverl** Mufulsv T»jn.ivb * rtdey . 

WOODWARDS 
kvl flour. Mayfair. M3.2S22 

PIANOS EXPERTLY TUNED AND 
ngtarad 

FREEMAN - 41*4440. 

ACCORDION, 140 HASS. GOOO 
•■*stl" 4 l 4811. EV 3-1323, 

totf Ka*tins X Rd 40S Bay to. GET THOHE CHROME CHAIRS 

Phone gM-Up re-cnveml. 110 set of 4. EV S-S997. 

WANTED TWELVE BBSS ACCOR 
ill ei 384-74*2. 

I3r -0EMENT DRAIN TILE - 12c CHROME SUITE, TV, HEDS HOS- 
23U Peatl Rd., Langford. 47&-2MI. less thalm. etc. Often, EV E8B97. 

WANTED: GOOD QUALTrY, FULL 
■tza vitain for sludetiL 384-4SOL 
















































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VERYAM3&IPUS * 
A tip HARP-WORKfWG 
IF yOU CATCH HIM 

iw the rightmooo 


WHY, IREME/W0E* 
ONE AFTERNOON 
—r IN 1947:.. m 


WHY DO YOU PUT ^ 
UP WITH THAT j 
LA7YHU50ANP,/ 
-r OF YOURS, r 


THWf MONTHS LATER 
THCV MAOC ME . 
TTAM captain \L 


fitter time otrr i 

OlONT KMCW THE CAME 
^ EITHER _ 


’OH* 0CT5 LOT* Or TIME 
TO STUDY DuRlNC A 
. TMIfEE MONTH STAY IN 
- THE HOSPITAL .. 


fioTK* 


f HOW DID 
YtXJ LEARN 
90 QUICKLY 


Stiff 

fcunoi 


Imptoanenl 
M Mini 
NOi Dir 
• 0 «d W 
Si Camaurl dir 


SPECIAL RATES MOW AVAILABLE 

JOHNSON KV1NRUDK. CALK 
OUT BOARDS 

Him roar engine lunrd and 

" W'- '-'i fct trootua-fraa i-i « 


M HAVING TROUBLE WITH M 
M THE USB* M 

X , , Eame e nhri the* prater M 

.... • - . - (allow M 


U la te rauhl by 
M mhi ti MERCURY! 


nPttt uuc» >arm. «rna 
BIT DIRECT rOH JiTinr-nov 
Wall roUad oow manur*. II par janl 


UCAT1 SPORT COST «•" 
U* mlkea. Otter*. EV 34WTC 


Hon- Sludteteer alaLa Mr>; tSmmt HILARY OAS STOVE. LIKE NEW. 
i II labie and ten nM. ! Ill*; t+iaal at liraw*ra, CD metal 

MQ _ laundry iuh« *13 garbage ram. 

half «'■*< DJVUJER RIU; CURTAINS! «5: humldlflri, 125; A.k. fc: law 
5 pr v PS* 1 ". h ™*' r ■* ,lnr ’ ** cgnlAg*. *12. Nairn fur coat 
-* ewrh hn plate IB. waah baaila *15. MMO] 

f C S3* aturm wind,.** *1 *a.r blender - — —-—- 

Ikri. , *13: aMvrl rorfcer 0 : 14 tea. cur- FOR SALE: 73 FEET 8 ELF SERVE 
ptng. lain malarial B0 KV 57521 meat eaae. lluumn 13 Im dairy 


YACHT DESIGNER OP THE YEAR 22i- 

SBjW5lTw£WJS ~ 

HO RUN’S L/ICKKH MB J.imaai | I HULI-YWiaK) BED COMPLETE 

I “ h?’ 

aha^^tanplataly m’ertmuled. 034 . !,*]„ mmlrr en* 13-14. H. ba6> 


DESK CABINET 
eewmg machine *30. 
Jar “a* aa on, Hat 
GR 7-1*81 


■ICTCLU 


- LADY'S CHERRY WOOL COAT MnJSST .li ISUtaSST £*■ 
VE ••* 1*1 balsa tweed (all me Mar |ur* 1854*11 

*•- »; V-length fur onaL Baa «; -—- 

•> 1 mao ml I y dre»w dm 14 PVmr BABY CARRUCE. YELLOW AND 
GR7-M0. while. Crrivwril Inin oar bad and 

- Broiler Old omdMoi 03 nuni 

MOVIE PROJECTORS It MM. —- - -- 

™ iiiund. overhaul ad. guaranteed I nr ONE MATTRESS AND ONE BOX 
nm year Lmeeal prim me with Brin*. bah for SIS; ana Lea In 
-- -- (laid. S13 EV 512 13_ 

_; pai~ uriLmr mlij at 

with M(CALL IMVKY DRUG STORES 
1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

__BROTHER ZIG-ZAG SEWING MA- 

_ USED PORTABLE ROYAL TYPE china. 1 men I ha old No rf.avn pay 
nJ-ltSTRATEll I writer, food mndiunai, M 1130 
ilnllnfi Phone ' Blanabam. office _ 

-r>K LUXE cl wringer wash 

VAT I re with timer, mimp and dally 

’» length, iiaa . dinner. ISO EV 1-4757 


GENERAL ELECTRIC STOVE 
waaher. • ra ft frlaldalre. kitchen 
tanla. rhalrm. new Mnfla rrnUacnlal 
l»’1 new 12-*BU*f ihotfun. *J7 


COMPACT STROLLER. DOUBLE 
hunk bed ladder Thamee elertrlr 
•» * Male * 4 der hadiroran and kitchen 
■naa SW-712S R31 r.i villa R.«d 

AU. METAL BOX TRAILER. 

lon«. X mnailha old, with rubber 
Urea equipped with bra ha and ai«- 
nal llfhU. MU SAM 

GREY PERSIAN LAMB ~ COAT. 
aUe 12. Full lerflh. Errellenl mn 
dlllnn. Orlflnal rnal 11 . 00 * Will 
■ell lor *35(1 MS-1317 


7i< 3 Jnhna'jat 

r.IRL'S 13" BICYC1 
venaera Eacertent 
*<5 -4fillt 

■ SPEED CC M I 
modldon. maal aal 
EV47MB 


• AND 


SMA1X CEMENT MIXER. VEEDb trade-in. Full wamnty. CR1-3771. 

SSTrtST'aa 1 ^ ■*• ttvlL.?* tit- STOVE WITH AUTOMATIC 
mi- IWM. u a. V EVISHU r.eiiml. . harrH and Hand 

1 ST1SNO COITM *2*; 1 PIANO copf"" - lead In and filler: alao 
hmidi MS; wbeellatn-tAv *3: i atep rheaterfiald and c ha Ira. 1852274 


MhnanS-aibnard and iwv nulbnardf. 


Tap Sail. Racks aad FIN 

IlEAN. BLACK VUH3IN _ TOP 
ml. an mrfca or KWk. I nr 1 yd Ida 
» par yd. Dal. C O D. wily »i*aar 
S Carlow rnaaer Viliafr. ph 


there ecdnd eeaaoai talon ai 

N ISLE MARINA Sidney PS. 

list 


GIRLS 30*' ENGLISH BIKE. AS 

new EV 3-2770.__ 

NEW AND USED BICYCLE RE 
pain. Knfa Hay 3 SO Uwvenvmau- 
wirirTHREFiraED MERCURY. 

carr ier. llshL apeod oanrtrT jpw-eiw i nuRSCRIEA G R a MM 

BOVS T3-INCH_E ICYC LE- GOOD | REST PEAT aotL. SEMI SRRED 

CraidMion, eHD4» _ I ded. Bar, Lawni or flower bed l. bj 


TWIN CEMENT LAUNDRY TUBS. 
Uiw and aland. bmM new. *••. 

1 in 1 tuvby raMafi. Ixnmaculaia 

r aidltum. R3 U« KWh HI Dp 

Iona. 

LARGR CRIB AND MATTRESS 
raamett apa.-e hea'er uaed ne we¬ 
ar- far, i«ao Purciar. r • "1 motor, 
what uGer.- EV 3*874 


17* 7737 anytime 


1 stdnes. rare w MONK CABIN BRUISER GOOD 

^7^ ; rtr ytluo ai, *3.000 or heal uHrr. Pv 

W CLINKER ROWBOAT. NEW. ITMn * 

Sm le !™t . ,r, *" r -1 I* RUNABOUT I H P WERT- 

«fww >l SjS'*^, *"^f , ** J *- *■ 'wod, trailer Alao 73 Up Johnwin 

“* °-»|w£ 2 *r ^1** «*!?* 


SCHUMANN PIANO. *430: CHROME 
dlnelie aet. *50: Upeftry tova aeal. 
alnvw. new. (71. fVxe lamp. * 11 . 


34" WALKER TURNER SABRE 
•aw with mntur and aland. Excel 
lent condition. Phone EV4 4791 


30 flail*! tfuluuiBt 47 ST <> VE » AND p V RNACts 

Sunday, Ocfobar 17, 196} KlHv ' \K\V ' M-'W I 


64 TV, STEREO. RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


TX’MONT CONSOt.K 
}120 Trade on jour present 
TV 

4 models. All carry 2-year 
piclur* tube gunrantee plus 
one year s service. 


Nfc\V ! Nh;\V • NKW ! 
MISS CANADA 
:w • M0FKAT 
Llectnc Ran^e 
healunng . i 

* Infinite a«||, ;.r» 

* HI* »» >* llfi.n ,.veq 4kif 

'i Her. I -p » lh i I-a 

* Timed ouitm antf rt-ll»»,-ila 

A I.WI value J 

Sjiecial Only $-’j 8 
C TAYLER 

7U7 Johnson St. EV li-3281 


CONTINENTAL HOME 

SUPPLY LTD. i WHY BURN WOOD? 

851 Johnson 386-2458 v *£. r, I ; ln *'* J » «*»<i tua" 1 

I I red % itl ranee for un^ (144. inrlud 

- -——■'-; In* AHtal. fravliy ayalem. plumb ' 

TELEVISION -HAlDIO "1 t*™n. 

MAJOR APPLIANCE* j C. TAYLL'R 

Repair* mada in naf htna «* ■ 707 Jjh naort *. EV HID 

tna ■arviea huildina by oimptiani- 

ternnirtana and barked by ramoM (ONLY 31NS 

HUC tuarantea. You can eftar** * Deluxe JD ADMIRAL electric 


82 MISCILLANIOUS FOR 
Y SALE 


32 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 

X X X X X X X X X X X X 
X X 

V ALL USED >- 


im uae mu PBA Dial MSltll 
SLUBUN * BAY COMPANY 


rmn*e. auuxinaiio -.van ami outlet 
■tven heat awtichm. tuauat ivrn 
irwnuvahla douri, .ruUaaeria *16 

•lira I 

BUTLER S 

1730 lXtufUa Opp. HIIC 


RENTALS and REPAIRS .._ oojlak » 

TV Radiu Reourd Player* ana _ BP- 

Tape Securder* raawnahia rale* SEIGI.ER FLOOR FURNACE.! 
Y-tur Vicuna haadquarler* fa raawmahly m.-ed. ehcellrnl cindl,, 
Pb.upa. KlectratMna RCA and Zau Uoa. Can be area at Derick ■ B-A. j 


KENTS LTD. 
743 run u 


RADUJTElEPBON e 
M ublla Cummualeathaw aquipmam 
fui imuiiwm uae. Sal*, laaea ar ran- 
taJ with pure Baa* upturn. 

Bad * 8 temm Elactrutuc* UA 
N<* 1 Waal Burnalde Rd. 


LOMPLETAlY REBUILT PORT ^ 

aule TV clearance All carry Vhiad- ___ _ ---- -- --- 

ra l etu.milV. atx-tnuat* *hotwy Lack CYCUW W-OOW FURNACE. TANK I ra« Hu*h Lyl* EV 2 WSn. J 

, 1 U lC" AwLa^a fcrvu-emra EV'yim* ~ '«VE«Sal* — W 1,1 ! tlGAUGE BROW MNG (SHOT furnllL* 

*ij4 Quadra Btraau KV MM3 ” _ ! vent rtk with I*Ira barrel. Like * ihaiue 

u»r'iTrB»rrtM ' "SUPER ' SEY *“ MOFFAT ELECTRIC RANCE *» GRIMM after * pm 

\VgjrSSSSi EmUm USE»-« RKATFJv ALL SIZES. M HU2T 

Alao hi-fi ranarl playw •“* T***, -. -priced from ll ». Trade* welcome neMMo- 

era ui 3 .epatal# cablnat*. rs SAWlaRT FLRNACX. COMPLETE Ray. Sport* Caotra Mhcua ,* Iy!rw,.«r. 

cumplel*. Pbo w G»HM_ mn B _ iu SAVAGE "t-KMUT .SCOPE 

WANTED: GOOD QUALITY AM. CYCLOfi RANGE. DRUM AND Exrellai* ctedlilun. Phmw Dieir.r J* '*’*** 

KM mulUple* tuiwr amplifier, uand T hor apace he aler 3C I-274F 74*-*TM ” 

^Mh^Mua^b* ^(oud^coadlUi^ COLEMAN CIRCULATING OIL < WANTED 23 CAURRE TAHCIT 30 Frenrh 

heater tank and aland. GR B-34B4. i rifle MW 1 ran 

_■ ---—- ——-- 21 Leas than uoa 

TV SERVICE SMALL VALOR OIL HEATER 1 ‘ 12 Tm* an 

(J-00 HER CALL hf '"4 new till EV * MM *0 BOATS AND MAlHNI oLecrvaii.* 

GRRATFR ViriDBlA A«A 4-Bl-RYER G E '** _ EL*rffcc<-* 

VMONTH GUARANTEE __ m-Al» ! _ • ut1 ' x 

ISLAND TTI.E VISION «H1I4 2T;.~ - „ ,, I 3 *•. 


473 G.***_Road EV J UI4. _ J| 

FAWCE7*f’”oiL HEATERS WITH » 

(Milll-in Ian to blow heal acruaa EC 

ypv flour*. OBI] 11(191 AI C. mm 
T*yl»r. UR Johnarw Ft EV M3-n 

FURNAS.MAN LTD. FREE EST1M 
•te* on haalln* Inatadaliona No 
down ^payment. IS yaara to pay 

ItANGK ANU f-URNAcif K HP AIRS 
-Butler* and CNriaa ai burner. 79 
n»'»i.ed IT! 4hl i I _ _ 

WINCH KKLVINATOR ELECTRIC 

raw* With aid one Hr rtork timer T 


WESTERN O. SALES LTD \ X 

| smallest discount house in X . ALL USED X 
town. -IX 1 X 

„ , X APPLIANCES X 

2-r*cp. Chesterfield ->• ^ 

Retail *249.95 \ GREATLY REDUCED X 

Discount Price 5193 x 1 X 

! W ‘ R °y Ran « e | X Viking automatic X 

Retail 52G9.95 X' washer . 5129.95 X 

, Discount Price X Entcrpri.c oil-electric X 

i 2 ^- Bedroom Suite with x conibination rafiRP with X 

^ S .V r ^n nd maltress !X automatic clock *coi»- X 

Retail 5289.95 X trolled oven, minute X 

Discount Price 5199 x minder ud ov „ win _ x 

I X clows* ..J99.95 X 

Retail 5399.95 X Wedgewood gas range X 

Discount Price -5279 x wi(h chronie top $129.95 X 

p .TXafS ^ attreM i X Enterprise X 

Retail 5100.00 x oU ra .179.95 X 

Discount Price.568 x Acme apartment X 

No Down Payment X ranse 549.95 X 

Free Delivery X Gurney combination X 

lint „ v, . X coal, wood and auto- X 

luOl Esquimau Road Y v 

non rnn* A Hlfltll PIPCITiC X 

; X range . $199.95 X 

Store hour* 9:3£a.m.-5 p m. X Amana 18 cu. ft 2-door X 

7 p.m. - 9 p.m. except X fridge-freezer . . .5199 95 X 


Saturday nights 


SPOUTING GOODS 

KNIVES - SWORDS 
ar ;*UI-I Arm. (->.i>i<w 


The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


- - _ , Vk-turta Balln.m. TVkn. (V. or 

CYCLriS noon FURNACE. TANK •«« "Kf Lyl* EV 2 4S4U. 


TV CEECKUP _ 

D u ufia* evT lMi 

HAROLD C. KILNER 
TV KXPAULS And SLKVICE 
fheturt tube* BmaaIM from » 
CALLS WOO _ KV 27473 

TV AND n< ANTENNAS 
Sruhw Shop 1«» Duufl**- 

AS MOTORCYCLK 


FARM IMPtIMINTS 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
TRACTOR SHOP 

Headquarter* for 
proven 
3. L CASE 
Utility and farm 
equipment 


OAK BAY MARINE 
FALL SALE 

14' 3" ThwtnuClAM D* l.vx* 
REG UK HALE S72M 
IE r TfwrmiMlam D» Lux* 
T>» and i d anT wi * 

REG 11 MS SALE ILIM 

SUPER SALE 


I 33 Aivw to hr 
! 27 Kind ,4 imte 
I 34 AuwrMUn 
nadv* 

1 * I'liriuiaM 

mlnrml 
rt Kind at hill 
M CSy uf (miAri* 
» Lair intmrt 

mnl 

40 Wiltvaa 

IrartiMl pwtta 
43 inertma' 


maul, alas nitlvator. Talmar. nbair 

EVyJML_ — 

WANTED FORD Oil FERGUSON, 

:an* irartor. MB 1*14 

A* - NEW. - HEAVY DUTY MERRY 
I'llar Suourtea. BAMII 47W1IZ y|<* 


WINTER STORAGE 
SPECIAL 

STORE NOW 
PAY IN T74E SPRING 
TREE LOCAL PICKUP 
AND DELIVERY 


. *- ~~ 1 Only-lE ThrrmoatlAa. Da Luaa “ 

Utility and farm REG- »an jale *wa u 

equipment « Ls « 2S.T' 

SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES Kettle X Road 652-1171 ^ ™ Sou ‘ g? * 

AEFuStuZ™ *• Maybew Smrn * WUii.mi WINTER STORAGE t'l 

I-united SPECIAL kf Erwro uni ^ 

For the Finer to FORD pay Ix^niE^iNr 
FARM and INDUSTRIAL free local pickup lTZ* 

Equipment. DELIVERY ai nallw' arrvMy 

K n Amarvu 

2312 DOUGLAS Street uv vrudk thkrmuglass £m2,v^ 

386-7704 vnLVO 

--—-• OAK BAY MARINE m Hate 

GRAVELY TRACTOR AND EQUIP ,xn tewen Dr« IV *41*1 3 *">"*• 

fnaaii. alia nitivatta. Timur, otewr " cn ’ _ A 

* , - — . ■_ FALL CLEARAHn ftALK iwtnym* 

WANTED. FORD OR FERGUSON JuMNSO.N OtTbOARDH t^Wiiwb 

i»rm t rat tor. MB 111 A ^ _ r 73 

AS NEW MLAVY DUTY MERRY ’p?w' P^f n pCT"^tCJ™ 

CU*r Sunuriua. ■SMI* 47»UB » l« I ll* n r A 

-Vh# Ml 21. 4r.rwmm 

ti roou BOR RIMY *«v .-. n* n .s. 

---— Na . 4i« *e. 73 2*. 

Rututiuar* - Cumeraww* IShy *.•> L ' rr * ' *■ 


*m^rti^w£ R to «a Mayhew Smut * Wiiliam* : WINTER STORAGE 

CREDIT TERMS I limited SPECIAL 

ARRANGED for the Finer tn FORD pat In^e^sprino 

Farm and INDUSTRIAL Fk^e ux-al pickup 
WOODWARDS MAYFAIR Equipment. and delivery 

Autq Acce»*oriei 2312 DOUGLAS Street kvinrude thermogl 

Phone 386-3322 386-7704 VllLTO 

-—-• OAK BAY MARLS E 

____—- GRAVELY TRACTOR AND EQUIP lt w w_~-h iw_ xv t 

_ hunt, aim niUvatm. Twnur. Dtea* lgT ^ _*' * 

COMING SOON KV 3-3*41. i --—-- 

IK* HARLEY IPJUNT WANTED'PORp OR FERGUSON, JuHNSO.N OCTbUARDH 

iana irartor. ■ lilt 

HUTTESI 3fl* As”NEW. HKAVY DUTY MERHY ’pfKT' p 

Built A* 0 *Ny Harias know* h t . Uir luourtea. mull 47S-1IZ Vhg I ;« I 

BROOK LANDS MOTORCYCLE*^ f FOOLS BOR RIMY *hj -.— i- «M 

•97 Fori St- ^ _ at, J.p .414 

*-vawAUA Rutotiu*** - fiatpraawt l^hy '-4 

*ii" M* i Rote DriUt - Cunaia kuari IB-hp. manual ...... 4U3 

_ Mxm ' nil „ ^ri J rla nampa - * 4 Ute a aa Ian _ MLaara «a-hp manual . ... D« 

[Z Oml*trmi ™J3 tThTjKT aandar^d Pntw^ *»hn atartw ... m 

Lhr^ yaMiha al KM _ _ ^ Barftoi t^hp. iiftinr.ion 

*** YAMAHA 1 nnm» ^VW.4 7Vhi. «tormc ... m? 

1h WSL ?$*fife ZS* | VJ^ao.^ YtR> 1 1“ 

W GAB DIM SURRLIIS TRAD “ “BES^trrmr 

a* Yum Sl SY »1>B*| ————-—-— • 

- --—-— | Befttllme* whiter uverrauls 


112 MISCELLANEOUS for 
SALE 


EATON’S 
WAREHOUSE 
BARGAIN CENTRE 
749 View Street 


PURE WOOL 
WORSTED 
SUITS 

Fittings for the young 
and the older man 
549.50 

LES PALMER 
710 View St. EV 2-2 

SIDES of BABY 
or MATURE BEEF 
51o lb. 

Cut and wrapped 
frozen and delivered 


SAVE ON _ • " X 

FLOOR COVERINGS j | razen “d delved XXXX: 
9'xl2’ Axminster Rug* 579.95 HARVEY'S FINE MEATS AX 
12’ Wool Broadloom, 2709 Quadr« EV 3-203 1 EAT0N>S 

turquoise tweed. davend mjo. foam sec- WAREHOUSE 

Sq. yd. *-* 3B ‘-sfir .Sja 149 View f 

9 xl2' Britiih India & 

Rug. $330.001 "u°d Lxardrobf *13Sealy Poa VHCIT 


hts X Huge assortment of X 

X refrigerator* X 

-- X from ...529.95to$179.95 X 

U. X Viking under-counter X 

, ‘ X dishwasher _ $49.95 X 

X Fleetwood combination X 
X TV, radio and record X 
^ s X player stereo. Like new. X 

an X nold for $699 95. X 

X Only.5419.95 X 

;r x x 

EV 2-2825 X Rent-to-Purchase TV X 

_X X 

oy X MAIS FURNITURE X 

X AND APPLIANCES X 

X 1821 Cook St. a, 385-2435 X 

X x 

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Sq. yd. 55.95;-^ mrn mgm m Vfaw str „, 

9 xl2‘ Britiih India & 

Rug . $330.00 * U ®1 ^irtroiie $19.95: Sewly Poi- cunp THTIP^A Y 

turvptdic bed unit wUh rmdto brad- “ U1 THURSDA t 

27” width Rag Remnant* JSfti* ■ftiSflEf w AND FRII>AY 

4 and 6-ft. lengths wiut Utrg* mirror *5A; I null* waiter , ‘TIL 9 

E-ch.57.50 2? SSSSraUk * T - VM,eV - ___ 


9'xl2‘ Axminster 
4 only. 


549 951 * JSED PROJECTOr SPECIAL 

| ARGUS M nun. Mini - auUxnatv 
U OQ with 4 tray. *43 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 
with your 

EATON ACCOUNT 


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• “——— daft 

,T htarWi 

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mwHura 

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fraphaa-a 

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3 wonla 
11 Paaaa#r 
13 Mwn ,C bay 

11 TranapaateGa 

mtdhjan 

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M flraJth 

Amnnaa 
3* Uai nha a 
3» Antrini- 


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Duutfla* fif 
U Hum 
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m a*ei una 

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M ft nail) 

3 wnraa 
<1 Tllla 
*4 Hen) aarr 
«>•«**< 
a Golf naira* 


#1 Yalkaw hull* 

*• Til fnr - - - 


Imported Throw Mats . $4.99 kumic ,t p«J"'‘s , ram’.".’.'.‘.V.'.‘. msI-— - - 

Scatter Mats «*s BEEF SIDES, lb.51# 

Nylon reinforced.$6.99 jub-ritb photos Choice Baby or Mature 

Underfelt Remnant* n* Tau* st. _ Rv«t»i FRONT QUARTER, lb. .39a 

Assorted size* ..Half Price Lean Tender Ba-ef 

9’xl2’ Rainbow Ri« M 99 1 APPLES Budget Term* 


Y*aUrtia> a PuaUa RoJvad 


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diiaua ni 
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9'xl2* Rainbow Ruga . 58.99 1 

ajlberta meat market 

U« Your EATON Account ^ ^ -IB «. Mlr , x 1811 Cook EV 54B52 

NO DOWN PAYMENT P ’*” * &J °“ - 

TEN Nil TABLE, bedroom Tooi *' funUaWng*, appU- 
-- *uia wu* baauty r*w, uwn mo««r. ance*. can, boats, equip- 

XXXXXXXXXXXX v^um 0 "*^ c^iaek?' ££ “«*, objects d'art, anbque., 
X X ■ how « l - •'««*■ br “ h - ft00f pmi»ter. jewellery, coins, stampa for 

X FUNG X nnMD^Jrio,' >b!*4ii ’**' ' *»1« by public auc&oa or 

X STOCKINGS X an food corn bought outright at 

X V Victuria* uMy oompiria fou* a*r*. ,, . .... __ 

* w* uttar* m«ta, v***tan!*a. frulla MAYNARDS 


FUNG 

STOCKINGS 


A n uttar* nwlt te**UM*a. mala. MAYNARDS 

IX * xhi-er X JU'teA *ir. Olu* all oarra L rarul lltnhnurrbr ->o* -im 

.. ' ; . A “ai** srudiaeu Sav* us tu KM* •* AUCTIONEERS ,38S-ol91 

I \ • Seamless X » U W loi»J ruud Bud*rt. Trrm* avail. —-...._ _ 

I J*T\a*h I x • Sutnx»rt How X * m ' BB * > ? lU * r> - hide-abed with matching 

« I'nwritad Maur .. "V^ . . v VERY GOOD TOMATOES. S LBS. ‘**4* *£-^ uO. Halv^-bwta *7« u 

I « P*r - i i K r l ra j r d ■) um Ban Synatnla Inc) \ lor tired leg*. X Mr. catxmim kuna Inn. X I la *1 HW uo. Ruckar* M.S0 ia 

—n —■■■■■I —i « «■ ■■ ■■■—; \ V *mn Uanalon. 3* Ua. O. Now f? 4 J?i rH 50 

1 ' -1 utm ™uv “ M-*l, 4M* DUttot *2130; China 

MlSCILLANtOtn K>« 12 MISCILU.NKOUS FOR X SURGICAL X berrylahu elk lake 

SALK 1 *11 x SUPPLIES Xi ENGLISH MOWERS HaTnfvrmlnr* URDU tn **E 00 ; Arrr,- 

...---- v IJmitaxi Y Racaa«tlc«>*d 14". 17" and 30" l*W . coovartoa auao to f*l no, 

XXXXXXXXXX SHOP AT tMKCREST FUuU*. ItOi ”* . ^ ^ A Wo nJiar dri>ao puwrr mowrr*. •'•rijn** M2.J0; Gala la* lablca 

.AAAAA.A.AAA.A QUADRA - MON TUE*. Ml A X Division McGill It Orme X froan *aa. BC PowrrMowvr sain n £“ufs _ , 

X ilABY mot* HEINZ. 1* Mna m- v 1nv , c.~* V ■» rumnl PANIXIKA used FURNITURE 

i> pmt TW^tti/Kr v TUBE DETBRGEHT, IdaaMa *1.3# X Broad Street X ------- 1»J pandora (near Cook I EV y*31* 

ritril tuyuwfii A 1-UEI3CHMANN a MARGARINE. X EV4-8C3 X roR LEAr CLEANUP. PARKER -TTLTrZt-' - 

X lWri. Cum UU. Ik v •■rinima and awrvpvr* llotary DRESSES AND SUITS 

TV. Y CHEESE. SP HKAHK A B Y, A X nwwrt with ha* pickup Vlclorta . M.w. 

IV* A a lk btaj tur W YYYYYYYYYYYV Lawnmuaar Huunal. U4 Jobmn A CiOoa Selection m Malty 

59 1 -er month X b=tty ^c«r cakemixer i a a a ^ a a __ ***” _Style* and Fabric* for All 

X B.C. RED MrlNTOBH APPUBH BEAUTIFUL LINEN BANQUET DELICIOUS DARK AUTUMN Occasion* 

n, rrv- v Hwvlj PaA ILlb -— *1M clttt 72*U» with 13 MiTMlm, p*r- ficarvr Ixney. light galitm liquid or 

riLUAjLh A ci |vc*f STEAKS C*wk (M>. Jf' 1 ** *-D'*p* wte'a Ull*. worn roanb krnry ud honryromb <«j^ KAROI.YN'S 

*11“ ^ JSfr,%A*T cream style* 6 - ST4 5t«! B. jST uES* ^vSSK ST^HOPPE 

MARSHALL WEU^S X iSR’ l^Suldt^ol * «S?S2St. 3C-9662 2519 E*teva n 

24 Fort St. EV4-1021 X bSmTmao. akute « W a—■ fitaSfJL*JL , S r - t J?^Sjiff wrchaki fob *ale. li» 

V rtitol#* lh. fh rhiiwilcairt kttQ t«Wd booia, ■— Ifl. tin. 4 T7-W4. oocnb« itA, mnc> told Imatinf tear 

A irHEtiB FROZEN (1REEN PEAS. h,, . r ’ , 1 »•* HH. Cl; bAa baa dad liiny. rtjjTir wi*W amr a o***b*uia«L new uphulatary and 

[xxxxxxxxxx /Iwa »r “f* «• *■ ^ r ; 

NEY RANGE. (33. WASHER. W » SKM BS ** G^TSl ^ *> 

^^k.r'Tp-^ ». ” Kmr RJM -* Esan.'sz js& 


HOME or HONDA 

B1A and TRIUMPH 


Lm MutorrycM Sale*. 

Duaalaa. Nurib u< Bumakto, 2 4 or 4 FArd kwda. M only 

ev yratt. I Lo*t laR* Fahh. *7»*iu. , and us marine m m mercury m u p. 

Ui aa. r. THE mcc TRIUMPH RcRTED COW MANURE. 4 YD. $IA , =* * EV 47U! i M _ only_ 

TP- « K OB «• - » a#^, tL 4IMIBL _I -c7w«~cbv« MARINA !u * “ P 


.elite hAl.^^romblta rinunpu* FREK CHICKEN MANURE SWARTZ BAY lUDXEYvl ' el Uw erlkw apk- M X $11^0 per month X IteAlh- 

ndmq ■ 73U Twin lo l>» Qljt»r », 3E1 Pblppa. Lain*tord Ma3411 M u v V LIBBY'S FANCY CREAM HI 

a.vinf hlikckitob —ai V«m —j -y MERrLRY MARINE M A CLRN, 4 ttm tor 

R_°° ( i 1 S^9 gjy,MANLRE 3_YDa j NEW BOAT SPECIAL a SALE* AND SERVICE M X MARSHALL WELLS X FRESH UX 1 AL CAI7UIFUOW 

ttev*. 477-4417 rv«ann*A _ IT « >* ». MA Bv tel 7 *- *»-«« : _ _ _ . M (Dlv <* Meylur IWun Lid I M v «, v cu, e-., . .. ■» «A* 

-SJwTi—r-«pir.i n »w *elj. 3* II. Eeatara Steak!fi M 1 M riovardwia Are. mas M ■' 724 Fort St. EV4-1021 X Ha I BACON, baa. akaed. 

Ti “ OYAL EXKLEL-D "••• 1 "M Dwal-runlrol Sportnaterman anodel X MX X rindlite IA ... 

] L. I Jgra *5 tST pfi >«HMMMMMMMMMM XXXXXXXXXXXX " 

‘M “S £22, I^JLrSt ISA .EABOtmEAHAHC. BURNEY RANGE, *33. WASHER * 

,« wA*? R%ALtt ™ - 19© TEE-NEE “• SST.AtfASl « ^ * 

D v NOW pl THE FALL WHEN —_ _ ___ _ Boat Trailers lane*. *14: Commonlly Silver Plal* MT ART HO CHE SOUP 

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j lTnral I**' B U O *«. Itei (IMffi » " BRANDUMAYR Cnterr twn, l«*' IA mp waa Cli Now. LW thuvta. nlwr fc» fur, *3. Iar*r BACA US* ,.aaii 


KAROLYNS 
STYLE SHOPPE 


DURING THE FORTHCOMING 
demuHUia ct iba old Bank t Mom 
__reel hid*, at Canada Aw and 


,r Ct - 1C STARCH ‘SIXTH YEAR! ROTO 3* bra : Awl haw kept II« 

•« HONDA 105 SUPER SPORTS. I WIm* lawn* vtr Pri te lo lew 0 fi sioup 4 Write. Oovanli) 

hrimri. wlndahietd and ®“»« » everyco* CR y31». EV 1 lflS4_ aitullao tejSnr UO ouu 

r! ^* Kte».» ,uf “JV t»™«nrlaJ CXXIPER S TRACTOR ROTOVATE. “.‘"ro* C n ‘*? r '- C jf.^T, 

diffiriiltin. Pt»w flASMi.__ Plow. I*v*4. Mowtn* tractor, air>11 V * tmAo - '^Idje 

-WANTED a»d w,U„n« EV J *11* SPECIAL it fl CHRIS OUR 

Parla he Rtqal Entield ktcaorrjcaq. p, tcK A ROBE IN—FIRE HAZARD CAvater. aU inAam* aquiHiwni 

‘-K MMt___lata ml Plow late. (Wo Mid SOM laiallar trade arrctxaM*. Muar te 

FOR SALE, HONDA*. » AND '64 telaa GR *330 __ *** f —**°** " ”*** 

anu delv 113* M. ** nm i. JACK** TRACTOR SERVICE RO 

1W« YAMAHA W, DRIVEN W 'teal*- Mow rill C* 4lW_ "***"■ 

■nilw. m EV 3-444 C__ DOITS TRACTOR SERVICE PLOW. Sea ea Inr martee piywood pvrior 


11 ft BRANIR-MAYR Cruterr twn - IW Ik. rap. waa *311 Sow. K** blind., .liter In* fur, S3 lane BACA 11 *. ,.<*» etc ai**l ted and rid wltea M M l\CLI 4 ~ ri;<lftiy WBtiar ~ ep Mail* SI to .Z'a 

?“* S3*- *• «*IM« •» Utet IM. Ev/Sa~ Ur -' “ “ £TOl.. W 5iiL G £f maienala ^will te JKj 


f e C.ah, »WI Ca* Mite K i C ST ARCK~< sixth”YEAR! HOTO M hra :TSi K- te?t « ^ ST ti-taSi 1 te"ppX MliS Sm id A*. •£?■?* “"ART * M EVJi * f ^ ^ 

•M HONDA 103 SUPER h PORTS tel'n* lawni at r Pried to aefi H ft sioup 4 Write Oovanli) and Ua duwna ■ kattw. rantene eot. a lap can. hand u „ -«3H SALK. 18 quart. <d plum ^ rtWW *" ,u "?" 

h”nwt' wlndahietd and *.n« m-, every c*w. GR »31*J. EV 1 H04 , au.vill^ mylnr *10 0UU .. ___ IJhnter. wteri Wrrl. aieo. too. MOVING 17) APARTMESfT, SELL- wure. 43c aach. * lew queiw ut| ,h "' 4S»I*B« 1 ter and rnlKeUateou. Ste eupL 

ruvted Keaaun fur aale. Dnenrlal j rvyrypr r a* TRACTOR HOTOVATF I** n l*»Pla.-emMat Cnaaar. CHRY MULLINS MARINE and miarrUaneuM* articlee. P tv via Jhd wHI ka*» “tund drluxa (dum Jam, 4Sr eeriS. 30 MnU nl A GOCABT WITH WEST BFNDI Likley Brue. and lamlllcw 

_ new* tOOPER S TKACTUH. MOTUVATE oiru va r>d» aater frida. ---- 10-113* Pliatdairv, aiManallr drirte *135. blum tea &■ aateu * haav. wnl * Lid 


SSrr Uktrov .(not ^EINGAUroMA^nETR^rMi kSto JS: SsSfSfSSf-ii ^ 1 •“ fi?*? SS 

MTMI THK BIG I4EHCUKY ^ M i-Yltod mlrt to*drte mautotog dryrr tofi Mica dnn * mamy. _ jil wononjr nrat (Iasju 

^N*j955 Yate* EV 2-1928 wlwd Sr_ CTIIU wl* *^*5h ** x9'!*sm ““ •"* “ T “ rxcellent coke cooler, i ice * 

- O PT CRUISER PUT^Y,- BED4UXM4 8 mTE,T^ro«J, C °" “ *300:^ "VSTSSi. ^ “ 

Oi'w-tt’a w kv « ug- 8 bj*"sm s«^T om-.-baby- ™nda **; 

r wteHyawe. all fully ttmdahte. nr.Rivrr uprr-T.i nnnn “ > ffl .riald'a tabla and ritari act *7; m«j a i r( ~r. Victor oroiedar and aneak- 


EV 1-35*2. Can te viawed aU day 1* MM SOUND BELL AND HOW- 
*»nd*y. ril iwRckn. workkis. Oral ciaaa. 

wiTKaPb/vw T,ap,ii| viva III MM; eund l* mm 1.300 fL nma a 
WATHRPROOT TARPAULINS, ALL m inutra. *a, UUex I nun priijra- 

5L^L*r pf1c 2; M wi,h *ynrtri»i*. maemue 

IL'riteie Trill and awnn* Co.. Bl iud. *300: ajum in. *»-73»7 


WVNTED - MOTOBCYCLE . aw 

I"™ M*e»ri Ovar a.000 r>'»rnmtel mapertte A J PI 

R7> CC m. 1*40 ONLY 14.I0* quauty ahrule to u* deared al >04 Qunnel SL 
n-le*. 00 EVI 3E.T.-_ o5S*-r "ifu!"S ?2 ANU * HD ** 


4*1 »‘H Burteidr. Lm ** Propel Ia ri and ahalta mada 


me ken. For infornwIWet I *■ < * tWt ■‘"'tee i trntun* *urdle»; s lACKKB 


5ou3i.-TSi.lss; Hl'zz 


NKE THE NEW MULLTOnTAk* aoana firw aervvd a*niw mtenar* late* uniaaei mvrtwulrd W 3 * 7". i -w pw 

d ,wn. automatic 3 apted. Tlw very urm Ptetery an* Mar tew Lid '"t**" 7 tewriwuled. »** ; |„dwn eevaler. w U 

lattet in Mcyelet. It * «tewr to —--—---- — I **J PcmLruae a* te id —-- . .; '*«*a. 0. JB447IC 

xssrsjrtr-* z, tbatjbsfbt- js smj 

-BJCVCLK~~EALE now ON— - 

Blcydaa mada *9 Ralai*h »ri—a Hun mne wrai .mu, pulriL rn**W (aavaa and IT CLINKER BOAT WITH CABIN. . 

*310: I hiOTlaa «« SALE THUYA PRIDMADLE* d,ne>» Y aw teda a. »«. ~ I a*’,nape «*tn» both 1 year aid COMPACT STROLLE 

Tileclfuoie Bike *« EV V*E11 lrMt ar aknatel. 2 year* old. 30c kn™«. briamw to M evexte tAN QR A2B0 2ik tori 


^BfKE ^CONPmON j | ^ « 1^ — ^ ^.TtSH INDIA RUa 2^,7 » 

Irnovu^Tu^ gw rr^ speed 

__CLEAN FILL ROAD GRAVEL with 0 hy npe-w and ■>%»#< law BOAT TRAILERS REDUCCD i < • W W- erMtt IM* Ofl a/iv new ear *4 Mar I0W* »rovi HO Ml* -——--— L f L. - W * — Art 

CU RNEY aBwf 0K Tn ^ Dn * C " L,d «S'M n,,n, " ^ W '* ^AU* r 'aa*nrw r1 *'*’ GR 4-1843. a, q.lS VKM.IN COMPI.CTK~Sr Xken? ,n “^n ™ri .* ^ ^ 

Sm**!** _ iWTROLLER. FULLY EQUIPPED GR MM*_ BUNK BEDS SKATES. LADY'S! “'"i. "Ig? M‘«lh«le. KV J 93,3 T,te S**%..ri 

LNTERPRLSE^RANf^Wmj _•• I OhT FRHXmiRE* REFRIGEpi- SSw-T^Sn. ^ ‘ ^ ' "" t fe^T^EN WRINGER WASH- s^a 

ZShZtFZtS' i?* “ d A-l BLACK PEAT SOIL 0 0 YD So^EvTSu"’ - “ rtn, *' r ^ ‘C he. ofl-r KV MHI. •!» * rhtet *2', •'A ie M-CC--FT. FREEZER IN »(»."“ Swap tor anarv drum. Pt, TF [.MAC SWAP DIPT KVM44I Jnk-T™'EPS, 

SW-1JW after a u. ■< tv 3-410 cv maaaa*r he*Una pad 0 EV l-rih nn > ll i_ r-_ k. - - -. 17*035 — 1 K ’ cu*_ai new. Air MUI rieened. 

- - uyaTER AS NEW -— — - - - - Uy-r iHHftABI, <\l n.'.iv ! * n ROAEHOUM OFFERS. PE 1 — C *“ 1 - WHITE GARBAGE BURNER. *30. Bririftoe *03. MBTOfi 

J?ii H ie MS** T* GfilTiNn LriOD* riUEL •! “y, r *'!lZ EV * *-u BARBIE DOLL FURN ITURE ,n ‘”' m -I s ' HIDE • A - TIED. CHESTERFIELn, drener. 113; aU aal Id dining roam “uvLVAfri* rv sv-r ~Ttm w 

..»* andI vtond *• (.RH380 __ 7* SfOBTINQ WOODS JJSd^c^lo^ mtteteri *tef' -r^TJr w» ermT t im.wran ur. - MCUelT.. PKIGinAIRJC PRIG. «+•>' riuld> drte h„a GR 9-MSS. chain. 0 each. KV 4-7363. a^'eJd*,™.* 

rm. RANGE WITH WATER ^CK- „ /x Wla *u hem. Cn Jo* tUR: »"4 Uir e* propeller *. Often * 8 * 40C> vwin- l.ar Sireri EV 54T03 Iril^itejail'AU-Trinc ^ '***" PIONEER CHAIN SAW *VI: 5-TON FOR SALE. J INDIAN SWEATERS ***» T _ 


•7JT0VI9 AMD fUKHACtS 

GURNEY ELECTRIC AND INCIN- ton ml 
v.vim fvmNnatiaw rand, rood eon- r»llH 


--— manure ay the *ar*. E ■lean Ud | Dmnelly Ave 

Uirit GR *-.*7 „ _ 


lb fUaNALta-12-rT IT1L1TY SPEED *1AT-— - aPl-ruViavr. > ~ ■ WILL SELL AT '4 PRICE 

-— - CLEAN FILL ROAD GRAVEL -UK U hy matte and leader **>•{ BOAT TRAILERS REDUCED j note on irv new car al 

lie ANDINCIN- toj aiiL O.K. Tnadond Ca Ll* | nr pn-m.rl oa houM trailer PK j «'»• Bay_.l Calherto. HUH j (term mu/leT^S n. ^AU^teW r l , "° yin,, ' n GR llM3 


CM RNEY ELECTRIC AND INCIN- ton miL O.K. Trudond Ch LR i» r.«manl aw houaa trailer Ph. 
e'aior mmwnaiiow ran** rood eon- *»*U4. _ *0144* 

“■tlO" j _' WANTED OLL IT PLYWOno' RDAT ~OLEN 1 

ENTERPRLNK <HL IUN 4ag W ITH **” ■_ Berijiji. ruvflmi tor tehn* —d 

Cpch- ““rFF. }** A-, BLACK PEAT SOIL 0 » YD SS evTST"'’*' *" d 

*v*-1340_aOar E B, mrtl tI *v 3-413* lvlwl 

COLEMAN OIL HEATER AS NEW.-— - 11 FT INHOARli SKI I»>4T 

tank and Maori P« GR *390 7* SFORTINQ 1*0001 % nrr VA motor uaL.I 

— -- - _ _ - _•*J*4 Tllo flntated hull. Iryiler 

OIL RANGE WITH WATER JACK- X/X WuL r,^ (tn Jo* tin. nrooelien. Offer.. MM 

e. *43 cr ae*r*a« crier. *83«J xi Safari las. 0 u Sac P) an rur.«i,n u.e.ve .nuiLnee 


“*** _ jW TROLLKR. FULLY EQUIPPED GR MW* __ _ BUNK BEDS. SKATE 

IF PLYWHOf) BOAT OLKN t BV -_* 11 _ _ STUDENTS DESK. 7 IRUAWERS. 1, tUV * *" «• h 

,v,rt1 * rV a**"*. *?"«! [ ONE FRKJCDAIRE RBFRKiERA- *rbort1* '"V new *7T; man'* mdt. 1W ' 9M8 . . 

SS! cvTSST" "• “ ^ <*” KV *■**’- SSU^Wita^pJTt *?v 


INBOAJUl SKI ^At!?v4^ >ATOO, '“ ™ 


endaar, 0 h.p mteor »,*. *m || 
worthy. Take •mailer boat trade or _ 


often. 477ABM. 


1Y tKa SAFE MOORAGE AVAILABLE ! r ‘ n ‘. , 7?e n Cb ii‘J'^ Utmi Lmnri >lFldr chain, .ten laddw, *arden Inoim. MIMEOGRAPH. D U P 1.1,GATING 

Al, !S*ar F. G fcllNSFORa M EUTJlrJiW%?a ^ ^ ltan " K7 ^ »«^V^M 

Harhrnr )bld sJJ;.v Fori. ~ ^... A n TOILET AND FITTINGS. »32 I GARAGE DOORS WITH HARD 


P ».;SCSi M?23UKr. W!K: _ t ™*- SS SS2-- gy^WS* 7 - S1ZI 14 UKK PIPE rstST . .- ^ 

GURNEY GAS RANGE. GOcTd ft IgL.'LS'&Jttl g^*-” » ^ ” 5S«S fiZXUg"* ^ ™ ^ ^ ^ r||LL LKN GTH^ VISE: QUART SEALERS: ^« **« »§« FLGO0 LOOM 

r-ndlUaai EM. IBM02 Ml: I nun. Luaer *31. 40 Call 10. IT ALL SEASON FACTORY CABIN--—--— nin F r>/ 1 Vi REMINGTON wrru ¥ Hudlno *e*l coat; 4 doon. EV 3-0*7 P*“rh, *10. EV3-Mt- *i,h urique lururea Very rvaa-w 

gia x. ,^ -nHgnrr. » -yTiriS. SSI: SJtSZUT.jr* 1 _ " M,, > tS n ds nS?«. emm - J*»S5-_" . 

v od'Hoa. IVIPi-ROBmaON-r often, 4T7-4BM ._ NEAR DUNCAN. *0 ACRES^OF EV ^ -- GE Ei.ECnuc WASHER LAWN _ 3K3- 2H3 anytime, Ifeo, ttroUte. boF._htke. EV 3^10 » t-RYSTAL J~HANDKLIER* gx 

HOT-AIR SAWDUST FURNACE l*» Broad SL EV E»C1 MOORAGE AVAttJLRl.K F.aiwjwd Chrlllntaa tre* land yield- WRINGER WASHING MACHTNE. eh»|ra, atep ladder, rarden tool*. MIMEOGRAPH, D U P 1.1.GATING mPK TOMATOES FOR SALK. eirvTiLa "“ h r *’ TO * 

oenptete And coal .Inte r »HMft - RENTAL BOATS toe ILIWO^ ^nvwlly^ Price Ul.OfiO rood rtevLUno. W. and mlme7^mu. Hrom E7*«5t nclnlln* macrilte, *4S. EV S-31S* GRt-Htl SI. EV A17H* 

ACME RANGBTTE- SCOPK SALE S*li Hhlto Fart** rSL"nJL ' w '^ rw. wo ~ .w. r en TOILET AND FITTINGS, KU I GARAGE DOORS WITH HARD AS NEW HEAVY DLTY MERRY- STEPPING AND PATIO STONES 

-_ KV ^ - Great W-« 4X Rlfieriopm mli- WANTED - ~~ V,R ~ OR H A L g A M S257 ^ _ IV5 :^“_— _ 11 3R *07? ""u^nnd^S^wa, 

CENTRAL HEATING FURNACE Nl,ro«en HUM. centred reticule ante ^fteae flhrewlaaa^'hreban <* “roter parry r,Ra3*18rvet and weekend. SPLIT GRANITE IDEAL FOR GIRL S BICYCLE OIL HEATER. MUSKRAT CAPE STOLE. SIZE 13 poNCORiTFrapeV - *'K ftrk-,rrr 

uhL^Ku M gs i&Xl SET'r;.. “sss 5=J?n-f.— — mir - jsss m {gg-at ™_ t — ^ 4ni “ -- - ^ ^ _ a_ USX™- 

FAWCETT OIL RANGE. TANK Broad Si mini CR ‘"" *2 MISClLLAHltJUS »0« rlrilrlr atove. *ood rondlD-n. *S5 ALMOST NEW BEIGE oRl.ON Bl OIK HIM SUITE WARDROBE, 15-GALLON AQUARIUM; HUDGIE Mu( . . A y Y _ sls - VJ1 ruv vr . r 

and atand. tend rood!,ton. SSt-tm HTO “ »*- tv >»*0 ^ ^ CAmH BOAT, m't SALI Hl-Galn TV anU-nrw *31 EV *-4*Sn. pile *1H'a c«*l. ,|/, *. SIS. SSSAUft L.nerrv or^n. EV 50H6T Bir d cag e erllh ala nd. EV 3 MIK . . .., r V \-« T ' K 

OIL HEATER FOR SALK. «•»« ^ f - WILLIN'UPRIGHT PIANO P9. UT SPl-IT CEDAR FENCE KOlAtK * ZOOM MOVIE CAMERA. CRIR GOOD CONDITION. NEW H- ~ p ( _kH- ■ np " a 

nrw_EV3*31S_! B^ltedfeai Gilbert A , r , r WRINGER. WASHER. STUDIO Bunk bed. .mplu.e *30. GR • 130. P^d WWW. _ m EV S-OB*_^ - neltei 3 h»T40._0* Writer^ H d' i^V 3 35^ * 

r ,; iL Rf, !EY_RANGE. crvn)l|43 477 * 00 . urom ow .l''" 1 ‘ J -— I CU IT FRIGIDAIBK FRUKIE »>' ANTENNA WrTH GOOD LEAD TV ANTENNA. *13; as NEW HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS. 3c a 4-Rf..||)l|RF STOVE AND FRIG 

llnuh_*»_47S-_13L_ WANTED. NEAR NEW T . - G A BOE ttSgV 1 'nV&g- irj? " NHTBq Al.Trin,. _ Ina. *» EV 7«yt _Eurete vacuum. EV1 3*4 1797 itouud. GR9 3J06. evenln*a. ,?^i £j'*g UG 

COLEMAN OIL SPACE HEATERS double ah<A*un VklorlA Pr**a, Bov AH new KV3H1I - — BKTVCY-E BOY'* 0' : SKATES. APARTMENT WASHER: LARGE BABY CARRIAGE WITH STROL- CHROME DINETTE SET FOR itADui CONTROL PLANE KIT 

tu And 0* 30-430 _ 4*4._•_ M ~ VAv nf M A v n rrI j v ‘"W ^ E DRYER. 00. WITH *».* and •: ter rodki IM7-WW . W.K c,n«e »CS*3 ler. **..1 neidlthri.- «I2. 479 13*2 mlr. Uhle uw *ito motor JM 8S« nr.e ate iromilrrriyil On *C 04 ; 

r.AS RANGE. IN. GOOD COMU SNAP REMINGTON II GAUGE I eduipped, iwm 0 hn oulbuard I- - - —- HUNTERS TOTF. GOAT. *10 PH Cl <M8l NATION STBKBO TV ANIJ VIKING WRINGER WASHER.'" IN CHANNEL ANTENNA *10 00 . STEEL CULVERT Trip ALSO 

Uoa. »T. EV 5*493. , ul n .hri*un. venl nb. |7». 475VW4. 1 \V,L all aepar.lely KC I Ml. SIDES OF BEEF - 473 1401. *71-7901 i 1 ANU FM ladio RCA. CR *-«*S running order. |20. Mi-0492. Ced*r Hill Hoad F.V IT77*. H* watoT Mate cul oul *n «R 


_7J4 Harbour Road. Sidney. 

tiNFINUHEU »' INBOARD OUTS, 
avrtll# englar. fiheeylaaa btetian. 
Owner leawji*. mu* fell, nffar*. 
GR *174* 


“JJiT. Foal. ' TOILET AND FITTINGS. *22 I GARAGE DOORS WITH HARD- AS NEW HEAVY DUTY MERRY- STEPPING AND PATIO STONES 

A#1 ^ WANTED-r-Fm-OR-BALSAM -_- tV ^ _w.re_475370_ti.'ri - 3 U hurhrit_ »34I3._ 4751123 3R "l73r'd a te° i £ g nwA, 

u. hritoro <* Urohar parry c,R»3*l* eve a and weekend. SPLIT GRANITE IDEAL FOR GIRLS BICYCLE. OIL HEATER. MUSKRAT CAPE STOLE. SIZE 13 -vnsroRrTmtePFk^ lt'TDri,,rrT 

tel. ^ Bro._ftR. 2 te._ IS,NTH. F U LL Y ~ AITTOM ATIC _~ _ A _ SSS"^© 


new EV 5131B. 


•a MISClLLANlGU* 40 * elritrle alove. *ood roodlllm. KS ALMOST NEW BEIGE URLON HI Dili HIM SUITE WARDROBE 15GAI.LON AQUARIUM: BUDGIE M ttt.. ■ anY SlNTOl CHEST F 
iT m . E SACI Hl-Galn TV antonna. 13* KV 54*3(1, ] nlle glri'a e.v.1, «l/e S. 113. Sh3-*!«l L.nerrv oitjkn. EV 50HB1 hlrd cagewllh ala nd. EV 2 540B. r.VS-rn* B 

* WILLIS'UPRIGHT PIANO ST*. I TFT. SP1.IT CEDAR PENCK KOU-tK 4 ZOOM MOVIE CAMERA, CRIB GOOD CONDITION. NEW t>i,at AND K- ru p,ju<- -v A 
Gilbert a, , ;r WRINGER. WASHER. STUDIO Bunk bed.. ,-.mplne *20. GR 9130. (nil. KVSMRR. *4". EV 5-iWW_ matueaa 3h*T«M. il, *»i wVthrrtg Rd EVM80 


IE- *7 ANTENNA WrTH GOOD LEAD TV ANTENNA. *13; AS NEW HALLOWE EN PUMPKINS. Sr A Fun.lHURF STOVE AND FRIG 
Ina. IS, EV ‘ev Eureka varuum. |M 3*41791 Uwund. GR9 3JM. evening.. , iS D' ' « “ 


























MISClUAytOUS FOR 
SAL! 


WOODWARDS 

USED 

FURNITURE. 

AND APPLIANCE 
SHOWROOM 
779 PANDORA AVE 
386-3322, Local ;ae or 219 

Unfinished 

Poplar Plywood Oiests 
Ready to Paint or Varnish 

J- drawer* ID'*»"vlS' ... *S5 4 
9 drawer*. V OTvIl" ... SU« 
1 mam. a'xU'tll" ... 29* 
5 drawer*. ItrxW'xtr' .... 23.* 
4 drawer* XTx3«"xl«" . 30* 

4 drawer* .... 17* 

a draw*r*. anarur- .._ is» 

1 drawer NIGHT TABLES . 1.4 
l>Kihl, Pedratol DESKS £1* 

STUDENTS' DESKS ID * 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


WANTIO TO- RENT 
MISCELLANEOUS 


1 MAYNARDS AUCTIONS 2^''^ 

1 fre- with loading ficidu*’ i 

Article* bought outright for KV - mi «orr s p m 

cash or sold on consignment, garage k>r storage pf.h 

,_..._**r.i*i eff■» •> '.A%A/n^nl S><\ 

HIGHLIT CASH OHiLRS cai «»252tf!ar wausi 
MAXIMUM DISPLAY FOR garagl wanted suTmonth^ 
•"'‘CONSIGNERS *■ B,jnn - 21 M,:L ” d 01 j 

733 Johnson _388-5193 : 90 PETS AND SUPPLIES | 

ORIGIN/^ PAINTINGS j AQUA RENT IS BACK 


By recognized artiiu art now bring 
. accepted for oui December 

ART AUCTION 

1 ror tnformaUua cun act LUNDS. 
LI Fort phune 5*81YJH 


TROPICAL FISH SPECIALISTS 
1 >p<H 2 S Weekday* 

13 t Saturday* — 1-5 Sunday* 
(acruaa from Humttd* CardWul 


CARS FUR SALE 


MORE 

AT MORRISON S 
ON 

DOUGLAS 
LOOK AT THESE 
LOW PRICES 
NOW I 


100 CARS FOR SALE 

PPPPPPPPPPPP! 


FRESH TRADES 
ON 

1966 RAMBLERS 


TOP PRICES 
TOP QUALITY 
BEST SELECTION 


00 CARS FOR SALE 

• GROWING WITH 
VICTORIA • 

I 

QAVTD MOTORS LTD. 


P, For Your Best Car Buy! 
• WINTER IS COMING 


100 CARS -FOR SALE 

OOOOOOOODOOO 


O PETER POLLEN O; 

O FORD O 

0 (Formerly t-U^n Fordl o| 
O • O 

O WHERE GREAT CARS O 


CARS FOR SALE 


Ontlu Cnlonisl 31 

Sunday, Qctobar 17, 19«S 
100 CARS FOR Sltl 


!oLD ELECTRIC TOY TRAINS — ! J8:1 _T nJ ' ,CUM _ aW-liir 

i 25 i ear* ur older. 3 rail. 3 rail, «.aleJ NrX ihlpttienl o< Canafte* * 1*1 61 STUDEBAKER Station 


H Why let your wife, daughter. O ARE SOLD O ,- MpRKSS MOTOKS LTL) . 

1 | tion or anyone in your family. D 
P walk? Take advantage of 0 

F* I these Second Car Specials O ° 

Pi O COMPARE O 

I* 1 65 DATSUN Wagon. Loaded q BEFORE YOU BUY 0,6.1 PONTIAC Parihienne 


$199j;O 


*S3 «j or Until*If KtpeOally old "wide ■ arrived, priced from 


su *5 gauge. Amnuan Flyer. Lionel. J 
_ „ flomby. Bin*, etc. Telephone 
-- *’~ , -fcfi-J44t between a and 5 and tell 

-23*5, ue what you have 

X *5- 

,, .NKKD CASH* 

--- Itaai n.«l tur e,..< 


Large ipleclFm of Budgie* 

priced at |2 I* 

VIC PET SHOP 

Hroad and Johnsei EV 4 5 


Wagon .$1095 p 65 HEALEY Sprite. 

I METEOR p As new $' 


1 64 DATSUN Sports Car. 


,0 We invite you to car** O 


, ' NkKLi CASH*-- -~ 

1 ** Caab paid tar goal lauUL aamere* FLEAS? 

la ' K WM^.. 01 fSTw JlTfiSSS, ^Ll A . a . H EV . 

IK NOW AT OB J rtnerai Si JIUI down « »»"■• Douglae. EV I 
MM I" - "*" ilugin WStl _ REGISTERED COLLIE P 


STURDY CONSTRUCTION S' PLY 
WOOD; NO PATCHES ON TUPS,*" 0 


WOODWARD'S 
SERVING B.C. 
SINCE 1892 

lc SALE 

REX ALL SPECIALS 


| men Ikaigia* PI-M N REGISTERED COLLIE PUPPIES. 

UK I HIGHEST PRICES PAID I^Wlth 

Fer hraaa cupper, aluminum. hat- 

i>, v lenae and radiator* at I tar OU Ewal-Mani# Kattnela. (Mbl* 

and scrap Meat, Udl. phone 74S2S3I _ ' 

OPEN BATlRUAYS MARVRY • upt *thus , 

_W« «UI» HIGHWAY m^ V 2 V |i. VFmFSo*** #£ 

INDUSTRIAL iHON Uu adra at Hiueide 

tinng ua you. old auto natterta* Ev , tv _ 

oeeL ea* inin. brae* cvgtper. etc LABRADOR ’PUPPIES 

T * u L*e Seiurdey Reg. black yeUow InncuUUd. 

Ml Tyee Road EV «-MSl Michael WlUiame Board-ne and 

JUNE CARS Training Kernel* B11U 

Wanled. *S lit oanplel* Partly- COUO SHEPHERD SHELTErTB€2 

daman I led car* with hauled Duke Riad. HR 1. W* have nice 

aw ay free W illiam*. Ev 2-1835 _ La brad,n. Collie*. Pmeiiar*. snniei* 

WANTED -STAMP COlXECTtONS. GR __ 


OPEN SATURDAYS 
1* 53 ISLAND HIGHWAY_ 

INDUSTRIAL IKON 
unnfl ua run md aula Datterta* 
iieel caei iron, hraaa cupper, etc 
Open All Lw, Saturday 

Ml Tye* Road EV 4-8131 


60 METEOR 


Rideau 500 

...$1195 

60 CORVAIR Sedan 


Licence 22356 ... 

....$995 

60 PONTIAC Sedan. 

| 

Licence 414812 .. 

...$10951 

59 CHEVROLET Impala 

Sedan .. 

$1095 

59 METEOR Montcalm. 

Licence 52971 

. $995[ 

59 OLDSMOBILE Sedan. i 

Licence 5468 

....$850! 

58 ZEPHYR Sedan. 


Licence 25269 

$695 

59 METEOR Sedan. 


Licence 38516 . 

$845 

59 BUICK 2-Door 


Hardtop ... 

.$1095 


P 65 PONTIAC Parisienne P 
P Hardtop. P 

P As new $3595 P 


r - p l NOW ‘twffi! 0 inspect our used 0| 

$1895 V | .. O cars (let your own O 

P ,64 VOLKSWAGEN De Luxe. (O mechanic look them O 


ONLY AT 

GOOD T E l-m — a-« 

EXCLUSIVE TEI.MAC BENEFIT* 
SKLKCTION " Money l>«*n 

Nt-.L,EA.l IU 1 N • nnriw Guarkniee 

• Swap Anynhirig Department 

NOW’ AT * Free ,Driving Taonun* 

• Special Tiaving Service 

tIPKKSS MOTORS LTD. i ’ 

| • Credit CiewaidaUiei CieinarlV* 

• 14.V11* and Moliicv Traded 

• C.Jfee end C«*le» Itai 

• Uin-nriwy caah Plan 

• Furniture and Appllanree Trad«d 

. .. „ • 5‘k Condunment Sale* 

PONTIAC Pansiennet 

4-Door Hardtop. V8, auto- nHs-^vAVM^T 'tN^nEDEMRER 
matlc, power steering and payments to « months 

. , . „ . ‘ „ j Take advainjLge rrf Tel mac * exiaw 

nrakes. SanaalWOOu live, wiHe-<g>en niara* Accuunt 

T~„ rum plan Buv any rat wiuvajt a pwnj 


PAYMENTS TO « MONTHS 
Take advantage rX Tdmac ■ nu* 

tive, wlde-<k>en ' Chars* Ardunt" 
plen Huv any car wltwait 1 a gn*V 
down and nay aa yog drive 


.$1595 0 over) Compare our O ® PONTIAC Parisienne 


P' 0 prices — compare our O 

$3595 P ^ TRIUMPH Spitfire. q guarantees — we think O 

Pi NOW. W895 1 0 that you'll agree that O 


P M RAMBLER Station P u re^AULT R8 Sedan. 

P Wagon 770. 6-c.vlln- P NOW 

P der, radio. Only $2795 P 

P P 61 ENVOY Sedan 

P 64 ANGLIA Wagon P NOW ...... 

P Tops .$1385 P 

p p 60 VOLKSWAGEJ 


Owe offer the- BEST O 


2-Dr Hardtop. V8, auto¬ 
matic, radio, poiver steer¬ 
ing, black, whitewall 
tires $3595 


60 VOLKSWAGEN De Luxe. 
Radio. NOW $995 


$1295 ® DOLLAI L„Y^ LUE m ° 65 VALIANT 4-Door Station 
|0 TOWN. O Wagon. Automatic, radio, 

jgj- J q power steering J2B50 

|o 65 MUSTANG. Low O ^ PQNTI AC Parisienne j 


* AUSTIN Sedan * UB 
H ZEPHYR Sedan . SIS 
5* FIAT Waciei .. . *17 

57 01N.SUL sedan ’.... 4l» 
S7 AUSTIN F Sedan *» 
5* VACXHAI.L Sedan 4SS 
SI HILLMAN Sedan EM 

*1 ANOLlk Sedan « 

62 MINI MINOR 7*4 

ri consul r,»iv*fUbi* «r» 

81 AUSTIN Sedan *M 

«l FALCON A T Sedan «I 

. sn VAI XHALL r Sedan ‘*4 

82 ENVOY Sedan I'lW 

82 VALIANT Sedan 1583 

Many. Many Meet* 

ONE YEAR GUARANTEE 


automatic, radio. P « VAUXHALL Wagon 
power steering $2195 P NOW 
P 

VOLKSWAGEN P|M MORRIS Wagon. 


Vaywmer* _ . 

Heel Lamp* 
iiaattc Luft h EU 
loi Cotton Balia .. 

Sh * Coluur _ 

OWL DRUGS 


SSSTtitW 1 V£^: d dd 1 59 ^ EVROLCT Stn. Wgn.jp Camper. Steal $1495 P NOW 


I Hu 
3 fur *1 ui 


"i'" 1 *". irm'i-mrvi, aia »tc neutered, young call, need 
t« m etamu# u*ed ur unuaed. afl-OU*. adult h,*nea C P L. Call 383 *1*0 or 
11*9 —U - 384-MU 

| C “evn. fjy 1 * PEKINGESE? R E C I S TERED? 3 


V8, automatic. Ip p O 

licence 42795 .... $1195 p 61 VOLKSWAGEN P 59 ^°^ <SWAGi;N- SunI ^°f, O 

STUDEBAKER !p Window Van. P N0W $795 Q 

Silver Hawk .$795 p Very clean $1195 P 54 AUSTIN A40. NOW $445 O 

P P O 

MORE IN TRADE P 61 FORD 4-Door V8. P j 57 VANGUARD. NOW .$395 o 

AT MORRISON'S P Brown finish, match- P ^ 0 


PEKINGESE. REGIS TERED. J 58 STUDEBAK ER 
mala, 2 month* old. Toy Poodle*. I ,, . 


__ tv " ____ regtalered. wtute Writ* Mr*. Ua. 

WANTED DIMPIJIX CHL RADI *’ ‘’.nun Rd.. Regtn*. Salk 


r^, Kr “ I£t REGLSTEREU LASSIE-TYPE COL- 

»*« DeUverjr iwnayiar tba-’g^r ^ » n , puw> m lh ,y, r< „ h,) 

* —-— ««a*uun V*u.' EJ4-WMI | all dev mirulai 1OT Glentana 


FREEZER SPECIALS 

side^sx-SnS* 82 c fa ZSk E» Ph rJL° hinlT 57 FORD Sedan, 

cui. twa^KSA deuvtiw 'Licence ^64 

GRAHAM MEATS healthy . KITTENS . TO . good 57 RAMSLERS 


Cd .vrului.e, -«l, 'tv4 2083 X^dey"^, 
BEAUTIFUL FULL-LENGTH FUR Rd 

^ " PUREBRED SCOTci 

SmSa"*"* 00 "■ HSfSL 


'Licence 22564 


Brown finish, match- P % PREFECT . p ert ect. 
tng Interior. P NOWS 495 

Only . $1595 P . H 

P All Cars Antifreezed, 


775 Fort St. 


PRICE Id MIGHT • 


Lawnn»<*en and aheaia prec 
tharpened by an expert. All 
s l muter repair* 

Sn« and U*ed Mower* 
Bought end Sold 
PRICES KEY SHOP 


TS HEALTHY KITTEN* to GOOD 

3644232 r m **» *mTev 4 7f»^ tuit**' 1 ** * ° <d * r '*’ ldr “ 

: — mraa 2 : awKEEdXD 'small, part 

r SnJTl nm l *“ d ” Pomrmiaii and Terrier pupa 

ail«- 1 pm lav, n*n 


57 RAMBLER Sta. Wagon. P 60 VALIANT 4-Door 6. P j Winterized and Ready To Go. IO 


S eciaKav 

I type* 


34JUAKE DEAL BUYS 
anyimng ueerui Pick* Up Junk 
M-lfa] 113* BlUelde tv SKI 


14 T Fort Siren 


high! Seryu-e Call*. Ptwne S8l-2tca 


EV 4 dl «* Pori 


MINUS AUCTIONEERS 
BUY - SELL - APPRAISE 


- - - - - WE PICK UP FURNITURE. TOTH.E , rma v a i*n a.-- - ’— - 

S PRICI R.C.A sax TRANSIT Mr. «mr TarotTl kucUoi kMl*^" N*«i h2n*T 56 OLDSMOBILE S4tdan. P YOUR 

i..r mil with nock. Ik** only S24 96 : ** 1 * uREm3 _ cpl SHaano. ewsmb Licence 483801 . . . $450 P 

r 11111 *! “*r?S- ,u Sr “1 CASH PAID *T« UENTLEMEN'l , ,u-r ^ aa 


hnmrv Adult, nr oid.r rteidrm. | Licence 3502*^0_..$495 P Radio. Chryaler’s P 

r ! v _ 4 *“* _ 57 PLYMOUTH Sedan ..$495 P top seller. Only $1195 P 1 

'2. »WEEEdXD SMALL. PART rN 7rPHVR Sedan P Pi 

Pomeranian and Terrier pupa Sedan. 1 r 

•aaMu. Licence 33322 .$495 P WRITTEN WARRANTY Pl 

PONY m i b L u K p o IN T 57 MONARCH Turnpike P NO DOWN PAYMENT P, 

^r^riam m “ 1 * W Cruiser .. $495 P NO PAYMENTS Pl 

rox terriers 'aMocfrHL mnw RAMBLER Station Wgn. P TILL NOV. 1 P 

seller* Regleiered Champ!«, .lock. LlcenceHSTlSl.$495 P SERVING VICTORIA P 

*“*"■ _ 56 RAMBLER Sedan $495 P 72 YEARS p 


DAVID MOTORS 
1101 Yales at Cook 
EV 6-6168 


GUARANTEE 


rmdkik. ■«; elrr nuigea 


g»<j uaed atuthioa 


hhhhhhhhhhh h o case - history, low • O 
HOUSTON CAR-O-SELL j 0 mileage unit ..$2685 O 

^BY THE 1 WAY*W?TRADE 1 * |° « J™"*™""' ® 

w# k«v« * uan o t Quiusty imm O TraveLail. V-o, 4-ap, O 

C4$r» thal couid inriudt JiMi th# /« . , -it. n 

trw«d»i mnA msks «mi am iftgsktoa* | O trans.* pofitniction. O 

O New cost $4600. O 

O SPECIAL.$3195 O 

O 64 VALIANT Convert. O 


O mileage, balance of O 2 -Door Hardtop. Auto - Cm ^™ R a £i*3fZ t !2L , e* 

O new car warranty, O matlc, radio, power steer- Jo-* 1 guarani** for yaw mcvniy. 

0 automatic with floor- O j ng Brown $2895 si dodge wuai S iei 

O mounted console, O s* huick Hardtmi sc 

O radio, de luxe wheel O 63 PONTIAC Sira to Chief w dijogE C AT K a£ian.. 

O covers. O Sedan. Automatic. £ SSuT".:: 

O whitewalls .. $3395 O Blue _ $2395 » Chevrolet 9 *dan *« 

O 65 AMBASSADOR 990 O £ r^E^nCfr 1 Sedan: iS 

O Sedan. Only 11,000 O 62 PONTIAC Strata Chief « 

O miles on this luxury O Sedan. Radio. y ' J ‘ 

o _ ,.1 .to r, Beiee S1895 n angiie - H niiunao — BI Auenn 

O model. V- 8 , auto-O n auetm - *• Mom* .. n Conam 

0 matic, power steer- O C t damtmc , « roand - sr Bedford - fi« Auaiin 

„ _ _ 61 PONTLVC Strata Oucf n Birny — M Mrrop lan — >8 Flat 

O ISSll!' O ^ dan - Grmj . w “ “ c A rs - Jv^SST-A5SS 

U PRICE . $3395 O 60 PONTIAC Laurentian lo virior - n'valiam”- sf&^iyr 

064FALC0N Tudor. O Sedan. Automatic, radio, g ?SSi“ VjmSS! -VmS 

0 Custom radio. Ideal O Green $1663 « Envoy - *3 p*uge<* - 51 o«4eH 

O for the family with O S SSlu v,S3 

O small children. O 60 PONTIAC 4-Door Station s » Mnm* - 3S TYlumpS — 80 Lirfc 

O SPECIAL ... $1895 0 Wagon. Automatic. «dlc,l» 

O 64 COMET. A low-mile- O Maroon . ... $1845 w Hapier - n AipWig^-a* Reneuit 

O age beauty, can't be O ^ pqntLAC Strata Chief sw* p anything 

O told from new. O C _J__ r- w,™ roof Trlmw * '»ve »0 Dew.” will ereeot 

r% k ,• .it. *OTOC r\ *->reen JYSK) ^ Irene anything of vmlue-hoafS 

O Automatic $2295 O , radio* maun. TV*, fumiiwe, 

|0 64 FALCON Wagon. A O 


—-— - --- — „.___ e.e.c ** Mum* — v torveir — ns uoioia 

COMET. A low-mile- O Maroon.31845 u Hapier - n Alp***-** Rweuit 

age beauty, can't be O ^ pqntUC Strata Chief sw* p anything 

told from new. O c_A n „ r„_ eonr, Trimw * '»w»n d»w " win af-e-a 

. . --- seaan. ureen Iren* anyihi«i of value--bo**» 

iradlse motor*. TV* fumilure. 


uaed 3 only. M-iftala MM *a and JX11 Bnak Sne. ItlMl h P Qukllty toy mad mkilaluTe . ,__ vaju* 

.■mn.gr, » ' Kelvlnalor nerd, a ^ ^ _ )»Tdle puppie. EV 4 SMS Licence 34645 . 

Iltlle allkBtkx* only til « and can GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BUUGHl v I ttT n R I a~ r«ftG 55 OLDSMOBILE Sedan 

egr: rmbtei ear. ,..ria,., only Si 41. HAUNTED BOOESMOR vr»’vilXRi?- 1 m. . aeann 


AN EXCBUJINT SELECTION or 55 HILLMAN. P 59 FORD 2-Door. € cyl. P Wkdn and make you an looking i° 

hg> duality toy ui iMmlalure . -an,. , „ l« SUUn wagiaa. *eda». rouge* O 

!»«*!!» puppie* EviMat Licence 34645 ....... $295 P Tutone. Best one in P c«nvrrin4*a and tm, tt «■ 


KENTS LTD. 

742 Furt St 


EV S-M3I U»RntENCE training club - Licence 48402 .$395 p 


KTLBHAWS 

Cash for fvrnishinub 

EV 4-4*41 


|PN«* SwvetjLiy. KV IT**. 


Victoria. Only . $895 P 

p CHEVRT 


BUICES AUSTIN* 

EVHUW H1LU4ANS 

CHEVROLET^ RENAULT* 


36-DAY EXCHANGE 
30-DAY 

50-50 GUARANTEE 


HEEL-TYPE POWKH MOWER; I CASH FOR FI'RNIIHZNUB POOOLE GROOMING IN YOU* IJnatirn linM 
Viking waahink machine’ Frlgldaire nv 44*41 home. *J*o leewna. Pnmernnlan Eo* LJoence liltSfl 

Vn? 3 -- *ale. LIU RJ I t 472-524 8 55 PONTIAC 

iXV !f«“. T C .mM«r ,C hS.J2* ReiJah!* ™2»£Z t J Z t *. Licence 52343 . 

deak; G E. Hearn Iron: electric | U»«d 4~urnllure. phune KV >4114. aog, Heeled 47S-T7I4 55 CADILLAC Co 

cany a, ^U^Tby'(£^ruM' * cra^)n“kennels r E G IS- 55 CHEVROLET. 

- - — -- ' Aurt'.cn ror pwantp. BV KS-iUl German Shepherd pup* BOO ri-«nra 471K1 

DU YOU GIVE YOUR FAMILY y.^r. ga.w-w T in » and up. GK UK „ “" C .i"r e 


55 RAMBLER Station Wgn. P 59 CHEVROLET Sedan. P BS88“ !° Iow ^^e autt> O 


DU YOU GIVE YOUR FAMILY - iA uWri 
MILLSTREAM FIVE GRAIN Zi «■«« 
CEREAL for break!**!- Thouaand*; ‘Tt 


Aucllcn For pickup B\ SSS-S1 
WANTED - I OR PINCH TA 


FOR SALK OR TRADE. MALE 
Bam*** at etud. HR. L Gangn 

vnma. 


. 0 1 numb,m maided hojeewivee du 1 WANTED- CK.WENT MIXER. »»"*** at etua. itn. 1 
At I lb*, lor 4Sc you will not Sad ■ 1 IMEI _ 

HtXt b S5d. } “ ,B “ “ y “ r ,a * GOOD QUALITY FULDSEQE CHlHVMVk PUW. » 
luney _ , „ JM la . nrlM1 m ^ GK »2*21. EV S4TUL 


NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, 
department* individual eaiee 


SWWIi total. 1 cerd Mjort of » 000 I EV J ga _ 

0*1 garage V*S eervlc* KU>e ,CH1LDS SIDEWALK ■ 
in del Kl»i: Olivetti adder, aa o*n». krmlmon whaal*. pt>WM. 

W l W FerjHuli Rd. Ph ---- 

EV SX444 I PIANO IN GOOD O 


WANTED - LOW WOOD SOX I MALE PEKINGESE. I YEARS OLD, 
healer EVl SSl i Blond* KV S-SHQ 


CHILDS SIDEWALK BEE WITH POODLES FOR SALE, FOR I* 
iralmnt wheel! PD-WM. lormatk* eat! «2-2S*l 

PIANO - IN GOOD CON Dm ■ >N WELSH CORGI I PEMBROKE I 


F X r BEIGE BRITISH INDIA - - 

rug. like nee., roat *1*. aeklng M WANTED 
magi* bullet Ul; lady'* bike. 02: healer. G 


FRANELIN COAL I CHARMING PE KIN Cl 


“r..C ^55L*!:aS2 I “ WANTED -CHILDS BLCOH 


living roum table*; kitchen rabtaet 

and cupbuard: ruga and household_ 

liem* J8*80n. WTOI 


USED CAMERA SPECIAL 
FJmo W I MM CAMERA COM 
pirte with grip and case. I* 


m. _PUPW_GRMMA 

CHILD S B.EIGH PtfpPIES TOR SALE — KKKLTY 
R HS*4_cro« ftrder Codle GR ASM. 

PREFERABLY TO I BLUE POINT SIAMESE KITTENS 
i* maple EV t-SMA < m-oiha aid. B9 ami up a* MB. 


Licence 11068 ....._$395 p a* new $995'P 

55 PONTIAC p p 

Licence 52343 .$395 p » PLYMOUTH Wagon. P, 

55 CADILLAC Coupe ... $895 p Only $995 p 

55 CHEVROLET. p p 

Licence 42164 .$295 p 51 VOLKSWAGEN P 

“^8156 .$295 p ^-Door. Tops . $895 P 

54 P L Y M °LrnT P 57 PLYMOUTH P 

Licence 596369 ...-$195 p Sedan . $295 P 

51 CHRYSLER.$95 p * p 

P 57 RAMBLER P 

CLEARING SPACE P 5 ^,,,.^ p 

FOR NEW-CAR TRADES P P 

SAVE MORE NOW I £ 57 f™ EBAKfc]R ^ J 
P Rutom*uc _ $295 P 

Cl allCTTM evt CtatL-un P P 


egge'p Tng aUonncee Ibr tradra Com* u mauc. laaio. rtere s U 

P MSPFSSJZ: M w ' o •"ribuy, - $2695 O 

B "cueroMKR satisfaction O 63 COMET. Clean one- 0| 

ev a M 3 O owner, economical 0 

'IhhhhhhhhbhhhO family O 


matic, radio. Here's O 

* real buy - .$2695 O 63 BUICK Le Sabre Sedan. 


n Oodn — as Pontlae — ■ Che* 
91 (kd> — 58 Mercury — 54 Huick 

U Ford — 4k I’ooUec — SS Dodge 

54 IJodga - n Plymouth — H fhev 
57 Chev — 57 Meteor — 54 Old* 

55 rhfv _ 54 Rtude'ker — 43 T-fllrd 

57 Huick - 34 pnntiae — M Chav 

54 Ford - S3 Meteor - M Plim 

T-E-L-M-A-0 
CCB4PACT CAM 
MS Fort - KVSS441 
OPEN EVENINGS 


SUBURBAN'S 
"BEAUTIFUL BUYS*' 

1961 

Mercury Marauder 


O compact $1795 0 

,0 63 CHEV Bel Air. An O 


Automatic, radio, power; 
steering, power brakes. | 
blue with whitewall 
tires. .$3195 


attractive, spotless, o 60 BUICK Eleutra Sedan. 


SUBURBAN'S 
"BEAUTIFUL BUYS'* 

1963 

Corvair 700 Sedan. 
Automatic. Finished in 


popular model. O 
Radio . $2095 O 


Power steering, brakes. Ermine White with matching 


CLEARING SPACE 
FOR NEW-CAR TRADES 
SAVE MORE NOW I 
, 63 AUSTIN 850 Station 


p 2-Door Hardtp. 390-V8 motor, O 63 PONTIAC Sedan. O 
p automatic, power steering O O** owner, case his- O 


windows and seat, auto-1 
matic, radio. Cordovan I 
brown ...$2193 1 


blue trim. 
NOW $1595 

386-6131 


and brakes. 

Finished in Ermine White. 
NOW $3495 
386-61.11 


m!7es — y - ' $2195 O 63 ™ ’ * CAPRI MOTORS 

pAi/Ythi <yi>Hen a ri matic, raflio, green $.4S3 ru, t™ an 


O 63 FALCON Sedan. A O m “ uc * r “*°' * ™ * 

O well- maintained, O go FORD Galaxie Sedan 

O popular compact. O Ked j 

O Spotless .... $1795 01 


Wagon. $895 £ 53 BUKX. Automatic, P PANDORA MOTOR SALES .Q62COMET De Luxe O|G0 VALIANT Sedan. 


mkiaVi rad vita* maple EV 4 
WANTED—G O KART *»-« 
•4 SWAPS 


62 CHEVROLET Sedan. p 
Licence 39960 .$1495 ; p 


I IRISH srrTER~PVPPiES regie 62 CHEVY n Sedan $1395 p CHEVROLET 


V1CTXMUA puerro I _ 

MU Dtmglaa bt RVS4M4 SWAP OR BELL 

WET WEATHER AHEAD' PRO- 

hnsti. car*. Iufnh*r. oiAf'^L'vry. 1 ar ^ l* a 


from rain with DolYrthYlwM mmon: i i m* mwarr:- 

enevi.bg Widthg lo 40 Kc lS«iha J « , ™***J*>” ™ TOY TERRIER PUPPIES FOR 

an 23U leet avtuabl. (ram Buck *1 » T*** 0 *«t helur ITume IM-UTl. ml*. EV SaChL 


>K 4D* 1'^“"" t* _ 83 CHEVROLET Mi-Ton P P 

=rr-- Pickup .$1495 P WE WHL BUY YOUR P 

»d pood le " b abdaiiq Two clip ° OLDSMOBILE Super M P LATE MODEL P 

am* ^ IVINS' ' Fully power P RAMBLER, CHEV, P 


STUD SERVICE. TOY AND MINI A- 

lure pood lea M ml color* M-3WB 


P 44 EPIC .SIWB n 

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r 54 hii>eau aa .liieoiO 

p M FORD rknrh eragrm (lux, 1 n 

* 14 CARS TO CHUOSS FROM w 

UR P Ml AND UP .0 


* It VAUXHALL De Lin* 4 Door 

lluckel are La. radio .4818 

Sedan. so zephyr n* Lux* 4-Docr . »-4 

„ w •> ANGLIA De Luxe U>ir . . M 

.$1295. 5k Vm.KSWAGEN D* Luxe J-Dour 

Radi'i . Ml 

• MORRIS Minor 4-Door . iwi 
*• 34 ZEPHYR A Door .S3 

.JII 95 CAPRI MOTORS LTD. 

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I nduktrtki Plk iLc* Lid.. >4 Fart MUSIC STORE IN LANGFORD. I CAVALCADE gkNNEIA GR SMB 
REBUILT VACUUM CLEANERS TU U-ddwreem Ay*. Sell lor |) on Owit* aM Pu* mine jcc*W«*il» 

O.xir poluheri. air One jeer aa * RjW cmtt L ?. lmS or ,r *^* m«r~MiKn lurmrik ttkTK* 

new* warranty. Large*! ag'grtion ,ar »- fl farbry-bulll camper « **“' *y ERjC AN OOCKEit 

In tram Uraurpaaeed^Mu*. Ceeh I ** 5 ««d. •*«- trailer Agocy al W** 1 LKMW __ 


nrW warranty. Largut ag'grtkm 
In tram Uncurpaaeed value. Ceeh 


or Credit ABC Electric. tZI Fart «**• «* UInrt* Rmad. Maggy; 


HI FI SPECUL 


TWO ACRES COTTAGE. 14 IT. MATCHING II 


CHIOQ. POULTRY, 


Fully power K 

equipped . .$2395 p 

62 VtMJCSWAGEN P 

De Luxe .$1195 P _ _ 

61 CHEVROLET Sedan. P TRADE UP OR DOWN P VOLKSWAGEN CUSTOM O Not a mark on this O 

Licence 35244 ....,..$1395 P P Above average for ua* year id car O well-cared-for O 

61 PONTIAC Sedan ... $1495 P PLIMLEY P $4* O unit. $1695 0 

61 fcd “- tlTW P 1010 Ya,M EV 2 ' 9m J JAMESON MOTORS LTD. ° 61 J"® ^ ° 

Licence 58986 .$1350 P P TW M O Spotless O 

61 METEOR Sedan. VI, PPPPPPPPPPPP— -- O condition. $1395 0 

Automatic driv* ....$1295 -- IS2L£,"aS42!!P5tt5lO 60 FRONTENAC Wgn. O 


P RAMBLER, CHEV, P ■ 
$2395 P PONTIAC. P s54 

P OTHERS CONSIDERED P __ 

P_ P J M 


»';*hee 85 wall mulilplev rererver. inboard heal end mcaor, Matchnam. 
regular CM ^Jy pa SA off <* Belt or trade ter a tnrE any but Id- 
Sox I FM tunera mg malertal* 47SS2flI nxmlng* 


LOCKER FOWL. Mr EACH 
Oliver a 28H Ftupge. Langloid. 


So a I FM tuner* u>g malertal* 47VX2M manlng* OHverta JM Ptupge. Langford. 

Williamlune Camera and Ni FI after • » am -- 

- jg.** r * * .» **^1 _ HglcE It" TELEVISION IN 11 VIST OCR SUFP1IIS 

CASH kEGLSTAha AIXXNG MA good working order Swag for whet 7“ urrjrrke V ABnrr 

rnine* arale* and eUcere etc. new have yon' lOfftr* de*. outboard. T-Tr .lL 

and rae aid in- mad Anker »**nt bual trailer, modern LR furniture.) SflL.™L 

Owen Sana * R.chantvn ud « EV 2-4IU. eve* EV S 3M0 SS.'.en^dm! S?' .Vf® 

i Pfc Mm ru ann — --ue*iern a a rtn ic Col la a pan Arau 

J_*B*^_mvwe tvvra SWAP ONE 1AFT. PLYWOOD (**y 141 hen*. Engl I* Ire Hied. 

DRESS UP THAT CLOTH COAT brat In excellent cekUtk* for a B«»Ue 452X114. 

with » ftir C-’Her or nerkgtere A gu-eJ radio or • Aiwa wealed, new ~ »a,rv-M w 

lull arte lion from |10 . 1 ) 1 . rub urn form, .lee A .ml ^ ” G i J * 

TX Vat- r ° - ' r ' ^ EV 3 25.4 ^ h^rd ^STZj^bclJS^m 

_ ______..... DCX.PHIN MOTORS. A REPUT •***•*« phone after i. EV S-KTS. 


61 ROVER Sedan. 

Automatic ...$1995 


SUBURBAN'S 
' BEAUTIFUL BUYS'* 


Fbraerty Unity u*e* Care O Fgrdor Wagon. Cu*- O Slug. $1195 CAPRI MOTORS LTD. 

5 OOMET an «awe s" ° 10(11 interior, O „ MERCURY (Yimet Sedan “ Y “"_ 

w RIDEAU kk iiuuiO automatic, radio, O 62 ^fc-KULKY t-omet sena^ - uurnside texaco • 

la roRI) ranch wagon UuB'rv ln.da n/ avtraa TURK n Beige .$1695 14*2 VoUowagaa daluxa. 

18 CAR* TO CHOOSE FROM U WaOS Ol extras $1995 U re-w motor - *t 1H 

•r» and up 0 62 RAMBLER Custom O m DODGE Sedan V8 auto- Ch r v wa»wi. v-a rediu. 

«ssssTV xssrs? te sm ^^. o 62 mvs . m - 

approved credit \ o automatic, r a d 1 o, O tag. Beige and S pec^i.V;w.!i3 

854 Pandora 388-5631 ° reclining seats, one O brown __ $1895 -—- 

_! O owner . $1895 O i fantastic offer 

J/M 1956 J/M O a METEOR. Big V-8 O 57 OLDS 88 Sed-n. MTlJKi SSKsStS 

VOLKSWAGEN CUSTOM O No < • mark on this O Blue -- ... $S9 d taoj* b l c ^^ Bn ’ > ^; 

Abuv. average ter ire. d c„ O welUared^or o a poRD Sedan. V8. auto- ^ c “ 

° unit * 1695 ° mat j c Green $895 PLY ' to,rTH <-«*». t ST.W 

7 a xra-criM kiotodc rm O 61 FORD 4-Door Sedan. O m>UC ' Ureen ^ ra^ rtr-omdttimerrw- wji 

JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 1 n 0 _ otwera Windeur Motor Court 388 

740 Brought on at ° Spotless O 55 OLDS Sedan. V8. o°ow Rd -. Unit-wo. a ._ 

- 0 condit ion ... $1395 0 Green .. .$695 :* plymuuth wagon, mix 

UX)K 2i* TO4t A W^OLDSMDBILE 0 60 FRONTENAC Wgn 0 t * h * < “ *“l »«*» SIba 

br a isaa Vauxbali for kbuui *ku 'r w K X i~ ^ 1 ) Don t mle* Nila «. 214* -jtT * 

a*w if you ua reguir* hub ca*b O Attractive new paint. O -" FDRD Sedan. Blue . $595 ev 4-sxrr. 


p ALL OeVERA CUNBIDERED rt >>d«n Smart tntnnw Ft ^ 

p WO DOWN PAYMENT ON ~ S rmdi °- I*” 

r approved credit IO automaUc, radio, O i„ Ki Beige and 
P 854 Pandora 388-5631 j° reclining seata, one O brown ... 

P _! O owner . $1895 O 

P j/m 1956 J/M O 61 METEOR. Big V-8 O 57 OLDS 88 Sedan. 

P VfM KUWAr.FM niemu O Not a mark on this O Blue 


the fowl payment * Ml a memk. 
Credit Managei. EV SMB2. 

144* PARISIENNE J DOOR HARD 


u Attractive new paint. O " ronuswin. biu 

O He re a a buy ..$1395 O r . mfteor Station 
O 59 AUSTIN Sedan. At- O * “ETE 011 Station 


Don't mle* Nil* 
Ptert* EV 4-8387. 


•eddi.' Coiir* pan Arau Buy On Easy Terras, Too ^ , r-.i.wi „ , '°p et, au gow*r-*guipp«i. auto O tractive tutone, low O 

141 hen*. Engl I* trained. ^ * ' Ford Gaiaxie 500 2-Dr. Hard- maUr. iedw. wWtewail.. rtc May o milenun n r* 

«a»«u- NO PAYMENTS TIL LATE too with full raiilnmmt .rai »«" *> Lmtyuniia etty Hau oc 'X mileage, O 54 

LUH PLEASURE sadole vAwunro wp wiui njiiMjuipmentaixi pr l0 . O well maintained $795 O 

i r-gpnam. i5* NOVEMBER V8 power. Fmish^tn Corai meteor montcalm. automa'O 59 ZEPHYR. Smart new 0 

'-Si-.iTt Ev'SS« m 58 MERCURY 2-Door * nd l0 ^ Wh ’ ,e ' JSaSTijrtS. ’rrC 0 tutone, in spotless O 

... • JUK) maiuu._i a a — ft .vxdltlH. G.;*.-j n 


«k 4-IXXJR GRHEH ZEPHYK. 
Excellent cunNikm. Radio and 
.. $595 lwa«rr HTfl lzo Hey SL, twtew n * 


S L aSl^fS. “»| C l H m“ Lm "" 7*eTwirreitiy 4W-IBI «7-3tal U angra 

VTh > e ' ai ' aewwn "r n ' v»w ~ ar bu ***** *<T AUEHN AND £2 **'-*• 

5* Rlt J**** ,, JP a -.l, £ '"tS r!£L v bn * t hu< ‘ aret "Vi tor and Mr- ^“L„raglM*r. 

ml* EV24T2S Free o^ran.r Dark lnM * ** * M> M l1 GELDfta IW- 


tni 1708 ataaetmrd. ] u FORD D1 

EXCELLENT SELECTION. USED i J**** 1 “i 


Pbcoe 47S22W —rd JZ'mcThl , rv- 

TYPEWRITERS a DD ERE ANU . »WOfU. A REPUT «—• P*— *f“f 1 EV SKIS. j 8 MERCURY 2-Door 

^?l r siJ drm S“voi JUTS ^ **^ -jr ?*«d H«diop .. $895 

CPSSS-H?* JfJSlW J? 1 ^! trade- ln*on j? -rtl rar. A J-jjJt ■«“*■* *■ *»> "" Umti M OLDSMOBILE 2-Door 

MY 1W4 AI-IftN AND FOR SALE. SCHEHERAZADE ,„ ■ "■ '■ '‘ 

I IMI motor, tnl IIr- tetf Arab fill). 58 CHEVROLET Stn. Wpi. 

|“.. W 2UraiJ* 1 IV, ‘ up t --- atX _-_ . AutomaUc .$995 

L“" <M ~ 3n GELDED IW-YR PONT. n.j 5 « VOLKSWAGEN 

I LUXE COUPE. GOOD S«Mcd »W/T mule JL2 . «». 

i, beticry. etc., fcw U- A gift at *n aarW. 17173*1 PiCKup .....$595 


Uc drive, radio. 2-t»* *1.146 ten Q tutone in xnntles. n 

finance ud will lake Appl> luione, m spouesj U 

3oa Hrtm vx Rd o« phun* ur 4-rm O condition inside and O 


SCHEHERAZADE 


SMALL CARS 
TOP BUYS 


and new. flrura and' hoefoy ekale* “U ?*“ 4-YEAR OLD BUCKSKIN GELDING. 58 CHEVROLET Sedan 

Trad* n your oKt mate*. Hocking * M * oa,r rv J an*r I p m. v-y ,*mi* Sell tor 4174 or mg r rauKT 


Trad* u your aid Main. Hoddnfl 

and Forte SportJn* Oooda Ltd _ 

Ti n VMM aL._ _ mmi - piu* "‘ j 1 ’* « ! FUR hale - ray gelding, imr 

F LAN N E LETT1. AI»U CUT TO I ft* 0 ' FV aidmn* tr aril M ,* ol (W rr neeraw offer. 

■n*«a OHM Mika* eema bunkau | ^'i-wii. _ _ 462-1042 

WILL-SELL-OR TRADE SMALL 

I..I , r.,U. --_, !'a . .... I ’ W* 


It* LUXE tJOADELECTRIC FIR* 


very ganile 3*4 
he ■nail, bram. i 


pmy 47H-ZUB. 


Hcuunahle EV 1 4S14 


*. oly I timwwiara 774 Yate*' ZZ, .TZ u 1, W ,S frr tjll vrt. WILL ^ TRAD1: «*ALL 

b«*t trailer for kart buaL GR 7 l«ll. 1 ~ _ _ 

NEW AND USED WASHERS AND „ „ FOR 4ALE - SYEAROLD PALA- 

dryrr* Ixlaod Waahar Sale* god mlno «*UUn*. GR431S* 

*.rvb-a *15 rteihui rv i **ii bvtnruae value isu Trade - for 

Chatham. 441 rrtin ugm of ami value Ph WESTERN BR1IX.E AND HALTER 

------ S»SM Heaeunahle EV 2 3414 

77 HK GOLS REPAIR SERVICE —yrrr-—--— 

New and Utad Ouue and Carta OJ NSmUC raoW LiTX .eg CAES 90* SALl 

VAN ISLE GOLT SKKVICI3 25!. 

■*• i,,—- ev uih Mr. Jinn EV 4-1111 cf -- -- 

M >U C _ _ S* 2SS4 foe full partrtulare MERCEDES 

WOOD AND COAL RANGE. NEW === -F^ Vnaxi" n.u.w "" u ^ ’ • Tfft S V 

water >arl.rt. fiod cuidiucn. 00; - BUtLT, NBA. 3UU S.fc. 

H'Asht"* sjp-jss* ^ 

LEN GLANCY PAINTS ^Ya^QfoD^PALAMINa GELD- JJJ* r,4 ‘™ 1 * ** *** 

1114 GBaoehard Bt 4SI4ST | t uu , IMI KARMAN GHIA 


Licence 28453 .$895 

57 CHEVROLET Sedan. 

Licence 35248 . $695 

57 METEOR Sedan. V8, 

Automatic .$745 

57 VOLKSWAGEN 
Sedan ... $595 

57 CHEVROLET Sedan 

Licence 40052 .$645 

57 FORD Sedan. 


386-6131 ONLY U.SBB MILES O out $995 O 

$995 ---^ma^^ V o,*?oS^^ O 59 FORD 4-Dr. Station O SMALL CARS 

Vgn. SUBURBAN'S mauE and terms accepted O Wagon. Sharp tu-O top Rirvc 

$995 “BEAUTIFUL BUYS” -O tone. spoUesg O TOP BUYS 

I** 1 FORD falcon, big 4, 4- q condition - 11495 O 

diur ateli,n wagim. autorna'kv _ . UMU ‘ uon — - LI 

$595 tr it. T-Z T , . IwetMd daMt. whilewaH*. elf Dr O 59 METEOR. Not man' O 

Volkswagen De Luxe with rnawt. A*in* 11400 . oc«* « « .. ■ „ 

custom radio and finished in — 11 ^ GR1 ” M q “ ^ “ thjs ..„ 1 . ° « KARMANN . GHIA 

$^95 DoKIn'a C*. M Dl _ 1444 PLYMOUTH vg AUTOMATIC l u Radio $1295 O 65 KARMANN-GHiA. 


Wagon .$595 ^ 

6 *nd 7 p.m 

METEOR Sedan. nHEVR-ujrr good motor 

,,, _ *ixl body, lira* amt new. rad I a 

Blue ......$295 ami tnnMHrU waaNn. E 1 S 0 ratty 

85* 2147. 

1*1 VOLKSWAGEN. VERY GUUO 
IrengxirtaUei. quark rair. 4371; ISM 
Munarrti. exxeptkewi body, tim. 

gr im 


Robin's Egg Blue. 
Very clean. 
$1195 
386-6131 


1M4 PLYMOUTH Vg AUTOMATIC. naaK) U 

n T na ° 59 DODGE 2-Dr. H'top. 0 

rcndJ11-ev 1300 4Wv-5013 day*: rv im . „ 

eve* end wrakevaU O V 8 . automatic, sharp 0 


U FORD 3-DOOR. RUNS GOOOl 
Beal ntler Phene XV 2 4400 dayg. 
EV 4 44IO evening*. 

BLUE '» CONSUL EXCMLLENT 
runnmg order and appearance sms 
ur rrerrtt offer. 477818! 

1853 AUSTIN SOMERSET GtktO 
running rnndlilm. New pair*. I Ilk 
Phone UR 4498ft. 


Like new. sacrif 

o V8, automatic, sharp 0 Buy Now . $2295 SBfc£" J ’ c "“ ■“ , “ p * •** 

RAMBLER AMERICAN DE LUXE 0 looking model . $1095 0 . r . M PONTIAC STATION WAGOfL 

1*1. 21.M mSe* Exieken* corah- 0 58 PONTIAC N f W O 65 VAUXHALL 4-Dr sta Don Tr^. r-ndltJan. Name your drawl 
b^t. auiienedc. reclining aeel*. n ..... „ Wavnn Blue 12595 payment KSS VlUance. 

■eieiy beua. n» m*-* t* O paint, automaDc, O wagon, time .szasn —------ 

-rs-=:-- ft L,j: ’ V™. „ M STUDEBAKER SILVER HAWK. 

1854 PLYMOUTH V* AND 1 KI radio 1895 O Cl Itittvilll t _I owner -ttimt mile. T.L-.__ 


SACRIFICE '34 PLYMOUTH 8E- 
d*n Vary clean, goud ahap* t*o& 


|«£iy beuTjnjM iSm* O paint, automatic, O wagon, uiue .. --—_ 

r» Plymouth vs and uni O radio $895 O gi VAUXHALL Cresta * °'* ner ■nnoD^miiM.^'reke^Sa 

0 » VAUXHALL Veiox. O 61 Grey L . ^ 

__ O Attractive new tu- O ‘ i** hillman. low mileage. 

I *o»T T A c 0 tone. Spotless O 61 VOLKSWAGEN. Si grTmw" md ‘ n ' 

reJu in "'very swiS'^ondluIm ® interior...$895 0 Blue . $1095 1954 dodge, excellent oondi- 

ifff Fairfle id O 57 DODGE Sedan. At- 0 No «^c “>">«' -w r«4 

cLUNIKS auii r ‘ O tractive tutone, V 8 , 0 FIAT Stadoo Wagon $295 —————-G_—— - —. 

Tra4* B in. See Doug Baden It En- ra ^ - r, TOKD 2 DOOR- DUAL PIPER 

T firaJ*«L a «TOg o asTey come 2“ TRIUMPH H * rdto P J895 W 

sms f'isurssvE, °« ^.1 $595 0 s* volvo. $895 kss 


MAYNARDS !*• «-Y**otTH V* and issi u 

Plym-uth: GZ lor 1.0 Can be ft 
AUCTIONEERS •» » E“*‘y Pmt Hd , Lug ” 

fora LI 

Automobiles for salt by pub- station - WAuo«ria« Pontiac O 


ra cratam bom luaii 
Junes EV *41U of 

full partmulara. 


MERCEDES 
300 S.E. 

14SI. km murage. Sny. rad leather 
•eau. eut, enaHr, «r-agnaa 
>1171 7744000. TUe*. or Wed eve¬ 
ning 


Licence 23693'.$350 ^ aucUoo or purchased out- 0 

57 CHEVROLET Sedan. rt * fat - Exc « iicn > returns on iT»TFairfle id_ O 

Licence 477102 .$395 c ^* n -' •■^model cart- n^.^n .? U n T . T 0 

Enquire without obligation, ilga Motors ter * premium uaed O 
OPEN TILL 10 P.M. 3886191 rar. MB Yetee St._Kv gsau. _ 0 

MON THRU FRI HIIJ-lAkD AUtt) SERVICE LTD ft 

fltun. urnu * Hi. |-***rlall*e* la Brtii.h and Europran “ 


PEARS tor droplraf dint 

Large tor raafilng end rating Bogc. what-not * 47*41 
Cueftrrnrr and Durhe** Picked. Tc 
a pnmd 1143 W*.t Buratad*. FURNITURE, I 


EUMIG t MM MOVIE CAMERA -i 

lr droplraf dlnlag table ra craw 

What-not* 47*4174. ^ y ** 


SEWING PROBLEMS' 

Selra ud esreire ,«i *11 makes 
Coast Srvdng Macblnt*. 

SI 4 Furl EV I MI 


FURNITURE, BOATS OR ANY 
thins o< value arceptod to trad* 
Trlmac Swap Shop. EV S5441. 


_J 571 Tall SI. UR *1714 


MADRONA FARM 
4717 Rlrakinacg). Victoria 
Field Frreb VagetaMn 
Opaa. 


n*.. 1*1 METEOR WAGON. IMS AU 

EV 11014 I * 1 *' H*v# new motor* Urea, ale 
- Trade or ran MUtya 


“*■ l ’.m ZEPHYR SEDAN WITH 

_ keaaer. radio, back-up light* 

AU- Ittdded dash. ***t hrlu and ower*. 
ale 4 raw tire*, uadrraeelrd SeJrty 
mprr<i,*i epravivrd. Immacelatr 


65 CORVAIR Monza. 4- 
speed transmission $2695 
65 CHEVROLET Impala 
Convertible. Fully power 

equipped . $3995 

64 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 


DESOTO COUPE 

A teal gnud older car. 

ONLY $175 

JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 

744 Broughlaa SL 


J/M rare Ph. KV 4-7SU. evgoalt* the IO 56 OLDS MOBILE. AO 


MrmortaJ Aren* q 

*^rXNin (JAIwLXIE 400 XL, * n 
door hartk.p m VS. aS rxtra* 
r>.»rutive oar. Whll arrang' flnanrr. 0 
3M 4BD 4(7 l.tunpeei SL. Stale 1®. q 


1445 WICK SPECIAL 3-DOOR n m on n j-. T' , n 

1 hardtop .Mu*I ha esea In be aprar l U h UKL) . t-XCellent O 


WILL SWAP 4 FT CAMPER FOR] 
boat rar, ra whet have you. PR 


<„*) xpiwMvrd 

. « GR 12151 


OLDSMOBILE Super 88 O lowest ^ 56 VOLKSWAGEN .$495[ « corvair monza 

^ po £T» jst a ssss <£. ssntt g M g * hillman convert. ..$» jjg »a r^rgag 

reunSotVe. . V <* »*-■ ■» U>li to apprarlel. W2-4590 . O 56 DODGE W«ROn. AO j 1956 MORRIS STATION WA 


case - history, well- O 57 M0RRIS Oxford.$595 ^ pL y UOUTH sedan. 

kept, luxury model, O 53 VOLKSWAGEN .$595 jiiS ? 5 OT * tr fi8a Ph ' 

rtdio Ut0ma,iC '. $695 O 56 HILLMAN Convert. .$395 “ir^^ewr^ 7 ^?,, wK 
FORD Excellent O <7S~**7 

low-cost o 56 VOLKSWAGEN .$495 „ corvair wwza.—is.™ 

. mile* Nmv c-*j- warnnty until 


JBB OU* SUPER SR 2 DOOR 64 CHEVROLET Impala 4- Ouuiandmg value at 11,296. ,PI**i«l 


hardtop, rata gabiamra -whw «<i ^ Hardtop, Fully power BvaiTM _ 

as-irat pfininnerl tllVl PRESTIGE CAR 

_ _ - .. .. owner 1943 Cadillac Redact Del 


CASH REULSTER*- REMINGTON , 1*<M ZEPHYR FOR RECENT EN- M5-1TST equipped 

Hegia Burrougn* Naw and aeed cwiopedta rat or * mm. proJerUif-- 7 - 7 ;-—, , — — - — — V,. C. crtvnt-.w 

ISLAND HllllNESS MACHINES 1 «nd eerrea. GR414S4 64 SUNBEAM Alpine 

I rn Wi Duueia* HM-7I4S I----—- - MACULATE. IXJW MILEAGE. SD40. CnuieRlhU 

■ . -—- f TABIX SAW g JOINTER. |f7 MONTHLY. BANK FINANCING. URlVerUbte . 

fine quality opemus it pho ter it'- it t>w wittmut iwttra. ev 2 » 7 I 63 CHEVY II Sedan 

trajif* ll »atehxrr' T ijaa k *■r'^raerwi - i owner- isSB corvajr coup*. 63 ACADIAN Sedan 

offer. GR S- 2 SB 6 . BUUJVA PORTABLE RADIO FOR Uark. Manderd treMnlukai. radin, eo «vrt n IffiP C Pr t 


ISO CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE O 
to sond ruadlUan. Vlrtrato Preee. Q 

REPOgSEfflED AUTOMOBILES 9 


Convertible P "~ $1995 & ^n, b T,m fUl J* mawh^ mrqm O Hardtop. V 8 , auto- J 55 PREFECT .$395 ^ J 

e, *..,r^ 1>rm * T ~*' ■ **” ” O maUc, radio $395 0 wrJ. 

CHEVY II Sedan ..$1595 t« fcT-w _* ekphyr. 2 -tow e. good con 0 « RtrtrK 4 re™ n 54 HILLMAN Sedan . $295 gr*S 

ACADIAN Sedan .$1695 STiSiu fairlare sport » U 9 _ ”*22: 9 


BULOVA PORTABLE RADIO FOR Mark elandard toraranlnkai. radite c-, ANr.I TA 1(«E 'rtw: Coup e V4, automaUc. Duwer rtrrr- MS^CMauH* »«W _ O UUHS well . »I3D Ul 

rtfl* 474-MM Vlkirw.il. Very good all rami . “ HOE Sedan J9» ,ng pravra brakae. iflreMar radkc , PONTIAC GOOD MOTOR. O 53 FORD 2-Door. AutO- O' 


n oon 471 U««. 


iisa vauxhau. a good 

chanlral rondlllim. #nd tire 

ftt. m Market St.. MU4 


TUKNER FUR TYPEWRITERS. *1 Don 471 Ul* 

adder. Bren SRI Hemal* tenair* W* 1 - 1 - SWAP IS CU. FT f>FFP-- - 

Rut 14 aid aernwuud Hd. ^1 dl«A I fr **» '<* '•Jtm a». GR*-571* ISM VAUXHAU. I JIOOO ME 

JADt. RRtXA>MTb itWtLLflY U*JJ CHEVY PANEL TRUCK 'r^"^ ° f 

THE OU) PKOfiPECTOH *w»P <*f «r»- EV *->>*40. 

_PACKARD FOR WHAT HAVE JS T “? 

SAROUK CARPET 10x14. CORT LV &S fcg ra»y AM SSf* 

SSr UM * h "‘ SWAP OR'SBLL 7 NEW ALUld- CBF.V BEL AIR. HARDTOP 

. RONDO S MM-MOVIE -CAMERAi r- 00 " Wl-SlV^ 


63 FORD S-id an .$1895 ^ ^ »■: ««-"*■ «« 0 

C7 rtll’troi IT L’T _r\l < '.II !■**•* 


good act 63 CHEVROLET 


lie AUSTIN HOB. CASH or take 63 CORVAIR Spydet. 


Bel Air .$1995 im chevT^aoon v> automa aT*^r' o 

CORVAIR SDYdei. ^ tSS? EV ”Sw ra ?v Smi 9 


t-urevreare apyuei. urra. de luxe Wheel rover*, padded ” ft 

Equiptjed .$1585 d**h .rat belt*. i,4l» ml!** Phune mi rORJ) 1-DOOR SEDAN. V-t re 

4TI-20W. 1 11 . Wfl Can be seen al 731 Jofinaon I 


u oo lxjlxjf. y> anon. A u tss6 morris station wagon ns 

O clean car. Custom O 55 PREFECT Sedan ....$395 gjgi M «"i** 

ft mtunimi 9 55 VAUXHALL.$300 i«“ chev. impala, 3-Doo£ 

O 56 PLYMOUTH 2-Door O hard tup, tuny rqiapord ana Tree. 

O Hardtop. \% auto- J 55 PREFECT .$395 h “* —— -— _ 

O matic, radio $395 O 

O 55 BUICK 4-Door H'top. O M HILLMAN Sedan ... $295 ur mSu 00 ^ 1 ^ ® S ^ ^ 

0 Runs well .$195 O falcon futuha station 

O 53 FORD 2-Door. Auto- O PAYLOADERS Sv^Sse* 1011 WW >nd \ 

O matic, radio. O pre VTlAr . ism rambler super adoorT 

jO Clean car $295 O •* PONTIAC. 6 Sedan ivory. *sa kjj»m. _ 

O O Delivery .. _ $995 i; pontiac gooo car, what 

ire rvunttrnui.i u re offer*- 47S-14SI. 


Vuto- 0| PAYLOADERS 
O 

$295 O 5* PONTIAC 6 Sedan 
q! Delivery. 


O COMMERCIALS u « aiEV VXon Pwiel ^ 

u u d wn. Mr. Van Veen. EV A3«C 

O 64 ECONOLINE Van. O ^ , infv „„„ 


«irr _Inure door*. 

RONDO S MM MOVIE CAMERA! ' - -- 


with turret Irni. SX. 
4SUN after I * m. 


Contact | 19 


ANTIQUES 


I N G L I 8 AUTOMATIC WASHER, areTaU^r 


dry«r and rada-akrar, cotnptet*. ,.rr..ll clncta alao rerly navtge'lrewl 
EVS9SI2- lead rMIfk Inatromenl*. De- 


M PLYMOUTH, RADIO. RACK-UP 
ANTIQUE lift' 1 *- healar, turn elgnete, 1475 
end other Ev &4WH 


n«i voucswagen i*e. ixrr.i.- 

lent roadttlcn. 3B.0DS mil**. K SDS. 


COINS FOR SALE AT BEDFORD'S “J. 1 !* 1 ™ ■'“BUra plerar to Vic r _v HOT* 

Hobtiytowne MayMJr. Dougtae St Fr M - ---)«l CHr^BEL^ATRE SEDAN 

UNGER SEWING MACHINE AND ** ® C 1,*.^ radio, hie tar.' Otter. WWl 


rocking chair M loti _ 

GAS RANGE. WARDROBE NIGHT 
tahlra. divider erreen. KV S-T77I. 


S3 MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTID 

CAHtTFOR 7rPtWRJTKK~ 

»n<l Adder* TuTOet EV < «43 

AMAU, - GRAND PIAmTWANTED 
Aoply Victoria Pree* Bo* MS. 


aetla*. bruwn velour, |M. 48S-7S2 

86 MISCELLANEOUS TO 
•■NT 

YOU NAME IT- 
WE RENT IT! 

■mot s OF ANY 
DESCRimON 

l W* Rant M'ttl Everything 


Is — - . RENT-ALLS by JEROME 

KRE^WHEBUNU HUBS FOR «U Pandora Are EV *5171 

-- ■'YPKWtUfERS~ T’OH SENT STU 

REFRIUERA1UR-S AND FREES lent ralaa arallabl*- Underwood 
an kougkL 444 TBA AS-Tama LUt. EV 140. 


NOTHING DOWN Ktl MONTHLY 
IBS! FORD V R. SMte ARTS CARS. 
BURNSIDE AT HARRIET. 

* chev jnoon coupe must 
•• 11 <4te*!v 471-dun# 

V.’ PLYMOUTH.’ MECHANICALLY 

girl, body rough *4S IfflXM 

1MD MORRIS MlNffe CLEAN “AND 
In gold rnmEtlrai. EV S4KJ7. 

M FORD j’WND” cOUPE, RUM- 
bl- era t li cence. 744- MKI 

14M DODGE. OFFERS. 

EV S-70BS I 


RELAX ! This 
"PEACE-OF-MIND'* 
PACKAGE 

Remove* the risk from 
Used Car Buying 

* All Car* Safety-Laned 

* GM Reconditioning 

* Al! Care Clearly Prtral . 

* lb-Day 10-50 Warranty cm an 
care over SM6 

* Free Lite Inaaranee 

* 15-Day Exchange Prlvllage It 
me lor repair* become neraeegry 

* Free SMiaiib Lube* 

* a Month 15* Warraniy 

* Nn T>iwn Payment to good 
credit rick*. 

MORRISON 

O !E VROLET-OLDSMOBILE 
LTD. 

3060 DOUGLAS ST. 

AT finlayson 

' Phone 385-5777 


477 207J fl.lflfl Caa be «*en al 711 Jofinaon w L» 

LEAViN^vifririRjX-iusT SELL « ***"*• Aurt ktora re, o 64 ECONOLINE Van. O 

l*M fttov Impala w«1* «*«•- *S UBS FORD CONVERTIBLE. MAG O Fitted RS O 

cu. to motor Sl.tm Good corah wTwrt. -rang* pa in*, good oondl „ _ „ 

ton. ev a im* aoysfme. tint. 477-4471 O camper $2095 O 

urgent, mist SELL, iiao RAM rinaAruLATK mNDiTioN i« O 63 ECONOLINE Van. O 


URGENT. MUST SELL, I4«D RAM rVMACULATK CONDTHON I4BI u w £AXJINULOINJl V 8 R. U 

blra *laluawreg*n- 2 tora paint toe Mcetarrh. 7-dnra hardtop, asst; ala- ft Sootless O 

roodiura. X« Admiral* Rd.. 3U 1 tau Chev. 4150 EV 53H4S. re j,.- -,„ c „ 

52 MORRIS MINOR CONVERT- ’ *100 n bY7DT'i' < lX T D' re 

I Lie, new liauery and leak**. Aiklng i*n (Vv coupe new tire*, good O 56 FORD MuTon Pickup. 0 

B 30. ua Ventura way traaaportatiot.. ismtm O New motor, new O 

, !”* ■ CO^YFRTIHLK 14« DODGE MLOA «. 4-DOOR O paint ..$1095 O 

(All «•« good ahapr. Pnra W*1 aeden. AH (town eqtopment Low re „ 

1417-4374. mili-ege Pli u.lr* EV 7-OM. *' O 


Spotless 


FOR 

A GOOD DEAL 
AND 

A GOOD DEAL MORE 


ACADIAN INVADER. MUST hem AUSTIN SEDAN OOnn CON 


•ell. g-»d roNbttoe- 213 fnM 

3i~CTIEV BISCAYNE MECHANIC- 
ally aatod. 472 «A4 


dltkn USB SSS-Enc O 

IK* VAUXHALL. S5,000~MILES. (} 


\-C nmdltnv BSO GR »5fBl 


1M7 DODGE ORIPE. GlXXS RUN- hfftt PONTIAC SEDAN DELIVERY 


PETER POIXEN 
FORD 


nlng onlff. *23. 3SSJ4BO 

IMS AUSTIN - REA LEW 4PRITE 
SL30S EV4SJ0O 


SM fipf at L*kP H: 11 Tcxjco | w 

L 464 RENAULT DAT PH I Xf” GOOD | ^ 
rtnfttion. Bawl offer. 4BS-IC74 .() 


,0 10GO Yates EV 4-1144 Oj EMPRESS MOTORS LTD 


Open till 9 p.m. 


!** VAUXHALL STATION >4BB PLYMOUTH. GOOO CONDI- O 
wagun. guid ccndrnoi GR S AN tfon. SITS ur beat nfler EV 4 2R3 .. 


O 900 Fort St 
O 


I8H4 AUSTIN, TOP CONDITION » A» AUSTIN. 'SI t 
m 147V 'Good atwgie. Rtti SSI-MB. 


looooooooooo 0 .’_ 


1 <4 ram. Mr. Van_Veen. EV A38T 

1957 PONTIAC t>K LUXE SEDAN. 
RatHo. *.»*! rmdJfJc*. SHSS1J7 

M ~OUM SUPER *« 24 XX)R 

hardtop. A-l Reawnable EV VID4A 

rere At LEAVING TOWN, MUST SELL— 

UE./VL, ST Chev. hardtop. A real cream 

puft GR74HU1. 

1952 HILLMAN-CUSTOM RADIO, 
new battery. Goad condlllon I IB 
*lL MORE 477 1119 _ 

1957 AUSTIN. GOOD CONDITION. 
4550. Phone EV 4-0123. 

ISB5 PREFECT - IjTgOCD CONDI- 
iwn. *325 ur heat after. EV FTMI. 

1*411 volxswagcn deluxe, SUN 

roirf. twr mileage, 1800. GR 2-205 

___ _ 55 PLYMOUTH. AUTOMATIC. 

TORS LTD. Lent offer. EV J 8508 

I<*1 VOLKSWAGEN DELUXE. ONH 

Ph. 382-7121 mv gr»13M 

>1 AUSTIN A-r. GOOO RUNNING 
rader AWing * 3 80. EV 4-5B3 4 

GOOD CONDITION. '» fniE- 
-! baker. *V F2RA 































































7 

\ 


32 Quilii Col imp; t »oo._ car 3 fok sal t 

Sunday, October 17, 1965 


100 CARS FOR SAtl 

WVVVVVVVWVV 


V SPEEDWAY MOTORS V| 

V J^TD. V j 

V Y ates at Vancouver Sts. V 

V V 

V ANEW y -« PLYMOUTH 2-Door. S 

V VOLKSWAGEN V Famous slant "6” motor, J 

\ ROLLS OFF THE V OT| y 12 000 one - owner 1 

V PRODUCTION LINE V miJes Balance o t S-year S 

V EVERY 8 SECONDS V 50,000-mile warranty. 1 

v riK THF day v Showroom condition. S 
v V NATIONAL PRICE $2295 $ 

V 65 VOLKSWAGEN De V 5 

V Luxe. Blue with grey V 64 VOLKSWAGEN De Luxe s 

V interior. Fully equipped. V model. Finished in new;* 


NATIONAL MOTORS 
1 


WHALE OF A SALE 
WORTHMOKK 
USED CARS- 


100 CARS FOR SALE It 

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$> 
$ *1 

' ' 5 ! 

$ S 


CARS FOR SALE 


CARS FOR SALE 


,113 TRAILERS, MOBILE 125 HOUSCKEERInJ ROOMS 129 APARTMENTS TO RENT 


kAk-sav^~Tv« gmc 3-td.n cab HOMES, TRAILER PARKS TO I 

Hop WOOD BROS. 2&. V 2 i T T T T T I T T T tTHTt o «t*- 

' • ins' Ouadra ^un r TRIANGLE TRAILER SALES T Larg*. bright, am 

I MERCURY Ecunoltpe »ia side 3471 tJU * drM - ! > un - r t mg room* and iu. 

l.mder. goud condition .. I!a85 p n-ne fc. V (-7*87. ■ _ T RETIRED? T Eaton'*, Safeway. 


V interior. Fully equipped. V model. Finished in new 

V Only5,000miles. Trades V Osage Blue. You won't]* 

V welcomed. V buy for less. 

V V NATIONAL PRICE $1395 * 

V Beautiful Green 1965 V 

V VOLKSWAGEN 15°0 V 62 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- 

V Station Wagon. Super V Door. Power brakes and 


ljUY NOW 1 
WITJt 
NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 
AT 

ENSIGN MOTORS 
GIANT 
USED CAR 
SUPERMARKET 


27 cu. in., automatic. The £ Ag»nN 1 HEALEY U W dat£?| use atT-Iys^^on - wagon ] f F*" y Uvin « f “ 


Mltlon. r Mimed year* all you planned T H2ART OF THE CITY 

•e-nje En* Truck 3aJea Lid r and hoped. See uur mobile T Clean. warm. reapecublt room*. . 
l Hllliiile 3*&3u54 11 bumee wllh the luxury of an T Rcaaonable rate* 


\ _ HOP WOOD BROS. „ ,7 Vrrnvi voeieeo All TTTTTTTTTtTTTT RITZ HOTEL 

DOLPin-N MOTORS LTD. . 1 ffi? TRMNGLE TRAILER SALES ? EURST-W- J22S 

Quadra «l Pandora - g™™ *£“£ “ .ESS S^ V«&'. f retired* ? KaiTUSUT 

EV 6-3527 M MORHIH MIX! StallOT waaop.j^ C HEV CA&OVER-CHASSIS.' | T Day. at aonlh. Cab 

_ , * 1095 *ingle axle tractor on air In periecl I' Wake theae pree.oua, well- T * nyttmR _ 

c MORRIS VAX, new paint. __ 1 condition. |T earned yean all you planned T H2ART OF THIS CITY 

c (Xiriro™ n-u'_ m leliQTis itiw...«r‘-r,l ’•**** Eng Truck Salsa Ltd T and hoped. See our mobile T Clean, warm, roapecubla mm 

bo CHEVROLET Wagon. V8.. ® *UbTTN A6a Sedan 9* 1 H IllaUPe 385-SI54 r homea wllh the luxury of an T Rcaaonable rate* 

327 cu. in., automatic. The 5 auSSh hcaley «du..'«2rtJ ism willYS~lTiCno.v — WAUON r T F M ‘* Uvln « r “ I m JuBMljn TH,: * OR * rv 

trjmsnnrtntion f r* r thp able hardtop new urea, wire Need* aome work. Con be »em at r ’ ~ . 4i . un " Jn _ 

uanspoiiauon ioi me wh reli ONLY *1643 Gurton A Meive* Shell StaLon. Eae! T r.lVF US A CAIJ 1 T CLEAN. COMFORTABLE. yUlEl 

family. M MORRIS Oxford Station Wagon Smiucb Rd. Beal offer r L Community kuchene. Downiown k> 

ONLY . $2295 * 'volksS/agen bo. a •*" * 9S Volkswagen window van ? ^ ^ H h J ™ For1 

| perernger. 27.000 milem ....*U» Equipped «. camper. 1 metier J 2435 Trana Canada Highway T —~—- - ■- 

58 CHEVROLET S e d., ». » G.™ — ” « t T , , T r , , r T , r T i S =f, 

6-Cyl., automatic, radio. 57 VAUXHALL Create, top model, f ‘ ,yf| car UCK ' GOOT COMM- .77T.J, Ci rf rc _ 3: - * H,«plt«l. Apply owner. 

Trlf>a1 fnmilv cednn radio, new white wall t.on. ♦TX-gon. __HUH h 1 KAiL.tR SALES rear boaemem oulte. I(C» Paklnglon. 

iLrr „ y Urea . »7* INTHHNATIONAL ARMY •-WHEEL J - 12 ’ L and Liner, inew and uaedl. CRAlriDARHOCH nwrinn 

ONLY . $1090 X FORD Zephyr Conv.rtlble driv( lnlrk BV 5wo 1-ir E.STAV1LLA. wlf ^ W 

Yellow power lop I10S1 Re - raoulned ... . . *71*5 _ ‘'L. 1 *'?.. . on £. M 

SO Dr vwnilTU ca . a „ dured to . ... 1SBS 1951 STUDEBAKER \4-TON TRUCK, I-IC SCAMPER. Phone 

|58 PLYMOUTH Sedan, u M1N , MINO R Coorh. «1H3. »sa<C i aelf contained ... . gnss l L y __ 

I Automatic, radio. The 45 “■»•*• TUduced hunter-s _ spetial“ s «~chev ,ff * nd ' ia- wlde MOBILE homes | BEivsrmNG room and kit- 


Irananortalion for thp olile hardtop new ures. wire Need* aome work. Con be .een at T 

iransponauon ior me whKLjj of .£ y |16451Curtm A Merer* shell Stalion. Eoji I nvr na A t’AiJ. 

family. M MORRIS Oxfonl Stoilon Wagon. &««<* Rd. Beal offer '* VE ‘ 47S-1774 


r CLEAN. COMFORTABLE, yUtEl 
T CommunUy loichene. Downtown k> 
' ceil oil Devonahira Houae. 750 Pori 

1 S.*V7* 


158 CHEVROLET 


HOUSEKEEPING 
pua»aoai.»i, near 


UNFURNISHED 

THE 

LORD SIMCOE 

450 Slmcna 

“The prestige additsa 
in Victoria.’' 

1- bedroom suites 

2- bedroom suites 

3- bedroom suite* 

FEATURING 

Magnificent aryaMJ chendclK 


*|58 PLYMOUTH Sedan. L ^'ni mi: 


il. Joaeph i Hoepllal Apply 'owner. ! 5?" , 

■ear baeement «ute. KLS Paklnglon. P»«eH«I walnut wag 1 b 3-b«fc\x*B 
I aperlmenl. 

I0« CRAIGOARRHCH UPSTAIRS. I* Walnut finlMi Idtehm nabawta. 

■ne US. and one Mil one co * Wealinglxuae frMge and iuui* 


* low price of .$795 

$ CHEVROLET Sedan. 

$ 6-cyl., standard trans. 

$ Don't miss this one. 

$ ONLY $575 


BANK FINANCING 

Morris - MG — VVolseley 
Austin Healey 

Open l a m. to 1 p m. 


B0 Johnaoa Slreel _‘_ \ ** — _ --——• Trailer Chaaai. and B^akee • Alu- keeping room, tas pee month Wm» • Gueat auita. available 

OLDSMOBILE 2 -Door -- ■ ---* 1»0 ^ARfiOW TON PICK-UP, «230. mln.urn • Plywood •window. Umkay Carter 1U87 Lyall »reef • Furnwhed eultea avadloble. 

11 , 1 C MOTORS LTD- Ptxaie EV Hjnj Vent* iiwulatlon • Hard- EaqulmaJL Victoria, B.C 

Hardtop. Fully loaded. A : M< - rruR3 ** — r “ ^ * Appliance. • Butane Eoulp- - --— --- , (JHAW cirprvc AM VTPW 

34 CHEVELLE wagon .12.595 19S0 CHEV H-TON PICKUP. LONG ment * Electrical and Plumbing Sup CLEAN. COZY ROOM AND KIT- 4 SHOW SUITES ON VIEW 

real young man S car $4S»0 a MERCURY 2 -door ........ |3.2« ho* 479-3M7 pllee • Brorae King Water Line* chenette 00 main floor, Fairfield I our atnff ewnrl vrul 

a FORI) hardtop . | 2 , 7 » - ; k ~ to ' n istfr . 'And Other Component. ar-L For m.iura tenor*. 3SF31K2. “T 1” _ TV . „ 

AND SMALL WAGONS « il :«3 2SW K*™. ™«r R ^ 0ur D " I)I * 3 '' awckl nurarANDiNG. modern! clean to*?**** ma « mf, . CCT,t 


Ml Re ■-... -- contained .*2145 . Y"' aummo- 

. .. 1983 1951 STUDEBAKER W-TON TRUCK, I-lff SCAMPER. I S'■*f*LJ n0r . H c 

llffl. KOJSiE 1 aelf contained ... . UIS51 LV 2OTa ! . 

.PU HUNTERS- SPECIAL " M - CTEV. ^ ^ Jgrf™ • ZSUE'S&SS £& * - 

, aeden dellv^. Healer 55K2K18 _ SEE ,he. loe'SuA^TY and STYLE Gr"^^ SSTfi "WSSt . ft A WEST’ 

llselcy y d - C . IU "l >er Be !L-. e - r :_ E -. ^5 f^p^ane h " E ” ,un “ ce * NEAR JUBILEE HOSPITAL. FUR- ‘ 

1957 VOLKSWAGEN VAN DELIV- > TM’K'U n.abed houackeeplng lawmen . pQ 2.,“ c " “ rorapletea. 

ery, 547S 86S2S25 _ MO-JO -) _ mom. aull gentleman «ily. *75 pec Free parking^ 

m> JEEP FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE UNI- BUILD A HOUSE TRAILER nKrth 3eia.9S34 r H-9P8 ._ . VffrJ , pnvmj ,n| bua aerMce. 


EVS4U3 veraol. new, *3 395. 47M3S3 . 477-I7S4. 


BUILD A HOUSE TRAILER 
OR CAMPER 


SUBLET FURNISHED HOUSE- 


55 OLDSMOBILE 2 - D o o r 


1950 FARGO « TON PICK 
I Ptwaie EVHJT7J 


Hhnpping centre acroa* atreaL 
Very envenlent bua tenure. 
5-mlnute walk to tfcwqtonm. 
Gueat auitea available 
FSrnahed oulte* avaUahia 


V 66 -h.p. sport motor. Sale V 

V pneed .$2895 V 

v V 

V Green 1965 VOLKS-V 

V WAGEN 1500 2 -Door V 

V Sedan with 54-fi?p. en- V 


wwr - i ' uwer uraKes anu $ 54 CADILLAC Sedan. $ 

steering custom radio. , Ful , y , 

Enjoy the Chrysler way j SALE PR1CE 5555 $ 

of Ufe in this luxury auto- , No Down Payment . , 

NATIONAL PRICE 12205 ! PER MONTH. 5 


5 M RENAULT r m True S cS ig tSK,,.™’* 1 ""'™"" 

$ economy for only ...$1295 80 MORRlS*OMtord V *W» 07 PACTS, ACCESSORIES 
J 3* OLDS hardtop .*L7«- 


- £Sl SSS! ^ T ^ ^ 

« • See Due Dl.play. Stock. Carried MODERN. ' CLEAN "''??*** ^ 

« S. J. PKDEN LTD. room with kitchen. *30. EV 5-7352 DUUOJng. 

2855 Quean el St. Phone 18*3484 and EV3Z79K. 


Vgine. New price ..$2795 V 59CHEV ^ AJf ^ \ 55 s^P^E - $363 \ a {*«X H ALL W«gt SflSWJfiirZ:::: J% 

V FA!CON 1964 4-Door V Custom radi °. Cylinder, J No Down Payment. $ Yours for 0NLY — ,10 » MPg^AC^iada. .......... ££ 

V* Cf.wH.nH ahiff white V standard trans, 2-tone. $ $21 PER MONTH. J 60 HILLMAV Wagon. Solid * MERCURY hardtop . *®i 


V FA!CON 1964 4-Door V C 11 * 10 ™ radi °. Cylinder, j No Down Paymei 

VsUSSi Sl SSte V “S 2 * tone J » 21 PER 

V with red interior $2195 V NATIONAL PRICE $895 j 55 DE SOTO Sedan. 

V 1964 COMET Convert. V * P 0 *" e ^ ul F 

V A Black beauty with V PLYMOUTH 4-Door Stn. * 

V floor shift, 4 - speed. V Wagon. V 8 , automatic * 


OUR NEW LOCATION in van on dual*, converted to ■ CLEAN. FURNISHED 3 LARGE TW 

JU0 Buuuhard Street camper Ha* propane Move. Mnfc, rooms. Gas abwe. fridge, etc SJ7 

e -HorT la ttm bunka and walla are niveired In Michigan. EV * 10 N LORD SIMCOE 

VTTERY mhM e ^>ady Pi t7^to tor°^y NICE, WARM HOUSEKEEPING 450 Sim COP 385-3111 

CAVEMAN CAMPERS vSn”"" 1 ***'* 

aura sUft every time SALES. SERVICE and RENTAL! U3 FW. PTi. W4 38W. _ —-- 

an “ACME" Trailer and Camper Repair* front BED-SITTING. KITCHEN trier r-nxrrir tr-rc-n 

T R4TTFPV -- » u *. el«A". qulwt and warm. 1124 Juhl LAJXVirLE, 1 hLf 

' _ SS FT. 1 BEDROOM. FRONT KIT, Fort. EV 3-1U8._ PARKLYON 


| » HBXMAM W.gon. Solid keggg. ^ ^ 

• and clean. ONLY __.$995 55 CADILLAC Fleetwood ... 1*95 


Your Cap* “Heart" ti tha 

BATTERY 


dominion 11111(199 FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED FOR 

E V y ! Z 0mNI0N “ a S^D0U«lAa fESSL'ZfZnSS?*- PmtUmen 

1958 Mercedes L119 B. 1-Ton walk- ———-—-- — ■ ■ 

in van on dual*, converted to i CLEAN. FURNISHED 3 LARGE 
ramper. Ha* propane Move, sink, rooms. Gaj etiwr. fridge, etc. 337 
hunks and walla are i-»ered In Michigan EV *1084 
mahogany plywood. Only 77,00n - - - 


Available to View 
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 


V radio, red leatherette. V ^ans. power steering, * *23 PER MONTH $ 

V price .$2995 V custom radio, 2-tone. One * 

V V owner and only 39,000 * 56 CHRYSLER Sedan. S 

V 1965 Red and White V mlles ' A beauty. * Fully equipped. 

V oSom 4-Door FORD. V NATIONAL PRICE $895 * SALEPRICE $494 $ 

VNtoely equipped andV 

V low mileage.$3150 V 57 DODGE Custom Royal 4- * ,22 PER MONTH - * 


Fully power equipped. $ 60 SING1 R Gazelle Wagon, 

SALE PRICE $555 $ Tops for ONLY.$995 

$23 PER MONTH 1 ' 5 63 MORRIS ''1000“ Wagon. 

$23 PER MONTI% J A .j and c i ean ., 1095 


837 Yatea SL »*0 

SUBURBAN’S 
"BEAUTIFUL BUYS’* 


A-l and clean_..$1095 1961 

Mercury Monterey Sedan. 

DOLPHIN MOTORS LTD. The clpanest to town> "f 101 
Quadra at Pandora <*& * 0 000 ‘«e- owner mlles 
EV 6-3527 Full case history. 

$2295 


r ■ 80181)1 aura start even t 
Get aa “ACME" 

12-VOLT BATTERY 
112.75 Ex. 

Declared and toouiiod 


FRANCIS BATTERY & Trfrr-Fu"TwTri*rn~tai re large bedroom. LIVING room 44 Muugtrn auiiu 

TIRES LTD. a mJle. N. « Highway 1 11^^43 bu * ln *" HANDY TO BEACON HILL PARK 

■UUwadtot Speeiollata , . --- lady, *4 5. 383-10W. _ _AND WATERFRONT. 1 BEDROOM 

EVS7M3 CITATION TRAVEL TRAILER- NICE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP- DE LUXE SUITES. 

___ 13\ sleep! 7. 3-burner move with ing room. • liner, diahei. ctooa In. 

RINGS FOR ALL MOTORS ov * n ' bo “' ** lBr Unk ' gentleman. Mn. EV 2-484* • Elewotoe 

ri: ssssr ss tsssst »»- two clean. furn B he D : sats 

.. c ^° Evv30M -__ ss’Sa'^i rrs 1 - 

01 P« Jobnaaa Street 1834MU HUNTERS' SPECIAL -—--—-— • WaJUtowall oarpeti 

AUTOMOTIVE PARTI AD-parpuae collapwhle SUvartlne 124 HOUSEKEIPINQ ROOMS <2 floo r*) 

AND ACCESSORIES 0^7_ -- - FUN WANTED 

SIMS AUTO SUPPLY «• ’Zvi U * ER s *gr*m» —-—---resident manager in at- 

Ml *, 1 *. I tree I EV S4D1 - QUIET. REFINED LADY RE- TENDANCE OR PHONE RENTAL 

- —— - ■ ■ FOR SALE 30 FOOT BY 10 FOOT Q u 're* »ifuml»hed bed-sitting room AGENTS. 

NEW ARRIVAL OP DtSCON Nashua mobile home. Wet! dtuated with Idlefaenette. share bathroom. _ _ _ __ 

t'.nuod muffler*, *peclal. only M B Many added features. Perfect coo- Oak Ray or Fairfield, by Nov. L P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 

bandy . Auto Porta. UBt View SL ditioo. 8313X43 or «A144U Victoria Preet. Bo* 884 70 Fori Street Bull 


'S? i?S| l *S2L, D S; ATTRACTIVE BED-SITTING 
lKWit SOI nyfc" w/w carpet » room In quirt bou»e. and 

bring room and haU. garage. Uiy prelerred. SB-HUl 


JUST COMPLETED 
PARKLYON 
APARTMENTS 


SPECIAL 17.586 
TffTE EM TRAtLEH SALES 
S mile* N. cm Highway 1 


UD DOUGLAS STREET 
M MODERN luma 


RINGS rOR ALL MOTORS 


V V 

V 1963 FORD Galaxie 6 V 

V with standard shift. V 

V Price.$2295 V 

V V 


Door. Luxury, power and 
comfort in this fine auto¬ 
mobile. 

NATIONAL PRICE $395 


l 22 6 v 56 AUSTttI A50 Sedan. Good. J 56 CHEVROLET Station 5 « g 


$ $ _ 386-6131 

$ 56 STUDEBAKER 2-Dr $ * KAYE MOTORS • -- —-- 

S SALE PRICE .-.$393 $ B VALIANT 2 door hardtop, J /M 1962 _ _ J/M 

t Nn TVmvn P.vmml * lu “ dwl ..* 51 * 8 CORVAIR MONZA 

$ NO uown Payment. » 14 OLDS Cutlaa. Super Sport .. EU» AutomaUc Radio. 

$ $21 PER MONTH. $ « PONTIAC Sedan. VS. Cre^T^iivd^tty 

* *«*SS UC .£!£ ta •*"***> oundnj “- 

r EC /^Iirtrnrt! t-r rurir * ” b.ib *UKO 


V With standard tfiift. V jependabie second car. , w, ,Tw * 

V P^e.*2195 V NAHONAL PRICE .$295 \ $ 

V VOI K S WAGEN 1500 V ^ SALE PRICE ...J 666 J 

V im A V GRADES ARE ROLLING IN $ No Down Payment. $ 

V really' iSbw» 6 » V 0N NEW *« CARS. $ $30 PER MONTH. $ 

V really good buy » jhese are EXAMPLES $ $ 

V FNCIJSH CAR V FROM OVER 140 USED $ 57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door $ 

V Cl FARANCE V CARS - ANV REASONABLE $ Hardtop. V- 8 , auto- S 

v AiTcnitj* hi*t c v OFFER ACCEPTED. $ matic, radio. $ 


Wagon. V-8. auto- *‘» 5own*c l «iS‘5Si**r: mb I JAMESON MOTORS LTD. |kvm n£ 


of 134 Jabnaoa Street SQtnu 

AUTUMOT1VX PARTI 
AND ACCESSORIES 

SIMS AUTO SUPPLY 

I Yatea Street EV SADI 


* Elevator 

* Cable TV 

* Balronwa 

* Controlled anfrenoee 

* Drone* all windows 

* WalT-to-waU aarpetj 
(2 floon) 

* Many man feature* 


----—-— WANTED Iff TO IT HOUSE 121 

WRECKING '52 FflRD 4-DOOR, trailer. d««v A tmat be In good 
Mercury motor rabtolt. Good tram- nmuton. nut over thrm yeem old. 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


matic. $ ” J-door htodUto .. B49 7 40 am totum St WRECKING S 2 rORo' 4 -DOOR. SSKTsWa Sit be ln°^ 

sau: price $666 $ m a wag™.::::::::::::: S « ZZrttf&TS i >tt$S>. ^ WBr ^_ Kt N T / IJI,WISMt P 

\» ^Sac _vanguard -campers rdr»i '£ t p !Z!E A *£ r - 

$30 PER MONTH. $ si Plymouth . W m als auto wreckers *rn<rng *.>-*> lo* cabin seiaa. 751 511 Rx * /I 

s All an gnorenteed m *'■ reduewl Cold*tr»am. dTMfll. FYUny aan view and a* Mr *t the 

PLYMOUTH 4-Door $ * KAYE MOTORS • \ SS^ ^ wanted, , W nF»uu£ 


NOW IT’S THE 
PARK ROYAL 
Comer of Pa king ton 
and Cook Streets 


V 61 AUSTIN. Big 6 , over- V 

V drive, 2-tone, leather V 

V interior. V 

V V 

V 61 HILLMAN 4-Door. V 

V Floor shift. Red leather V 

V interior. V 


SSS’V-SE 5» «*« ISSsSffiM* ~ a “™ ^—IS 

matic, radio. $ -------- ttrea. MOO m*. 8 -tna seat ao tea _____- - .. --CAMPERS AND TRAILERS FOR Supe rliOmdmt Me. No. EH La Pol- „ 

car r PR trv rm * NMMMMMMMM AX X till al M View Royal, ptarw WRECKING 'SO METEOR COUPE, rmL (95 TREEBANK RD. aU onm Ayt or nient tnat oners SU MUCH 

^ * m-IUfl. floor ehlft: Atoo many othrv Ford ARAL St. Contact Rental Dept, MORE 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

ON YATES, EV 4-8174 
Over % a century 


SALE PRICE .. *7 

No Down Payment $ mayfair is where 1 p»u«. Ev »m ' - - _ a _. _ . — 

$33 PER MONTH. J « mctkor sedan ..™. ^ ^ SSTg ‘ »» ^ 

METEOR Sedan $ 2 ^^e^edan’"’*”"’ ^ ~”- 4T7 Ma -— -- UTn7rrr“TRAiLER reduced 

s^Taut^S: $ »SoiSK&S^".SS ar^rm oR rdmau m u* . -"■.v^igL 

SALE PRICE . . $727 $ tm aoV.Stoto gMS: 


! porta EVltn 


v "The Mo«t Respected Name $ 
In the Automobile Industry." $ 


" KER * STEPHENaON LODTIC. 

S* MO Broughton «• 

EV MID 


MORE. 

Flame Proat Dree 


$ 57 METEOR Sedan. 
S 6 -cyl., automatic. 


Al'a Bay a» Catharine M3-gag 

Iff XANTE FE TRAVEL TRAILER. S * 3 
Slaapa I. SLUE. EV O07W “ 


V 61 VAUXHALL Victor. V ^ per MONTH $ 

V Brown with brown V ____ j $33 PER MONTH. J 

V ° Tlly l SUNDERS k HITCHMAN S 57 CHEVROLET. $ 

V 27,000 mile.. V PRESENT , ^ y i ind er, automatic. $ 

v V let T7TT nrr i l -t t - 


No Down Payment, i M u u u u u m u m u u u 0000 ***** houmtoailer w. plywood, » “r 2? kJ pLoSaS b 

$33 PER MONTH. $ — 1M cadkjlac oowe i* ville. studebacer RXOONDmoNcn - r- - —... « ' \ 


V 1980 ENVOY Wagon. V 

V Radio, fold-down back V 

V seat Red and White. V 

V Really nice. V 

V V 

V 59 VAUXHALL Victor. V 

V Grey. Good trans, V 

V brake* and motor. V 

V V 

V 59 ZEPHYR 4-Dr Radio V 

V V 

V 57 VAUXHALL Victor. V 

V Green. V 

V V 

V 57 MORRIS Station Wn. V 

V Ruby Red with hunting V 

V fender protectors and V 

V leather interior. Runs V 


PRESENT 
ISUZU BELLETT 
and 

TOYOTA CROWN 
TOYOTA 700 CARS 

NEW AND USED CARS 
NOW ON DISPLAY 
. TRADE-INS 

II HILLMAN. AutomatM _ 

P TRIUMPH Herald . 


6 -cylinder, automatic. $ 
radio. $ 

SALE PRICE .. $883 $ 
No Down Payment. $ 
$38 PER MONTH. * 


throughout. «rih kw 
tocrlfce lor RM 
alter. ffS-BR 


Paris, rapalra GR teBM. 

AUSTIN A IB PARTS - 
47V7220. 


BOX TRAILER. 1000 La CAP AC- 
lty. ball Mich. Hi 47 V-TH 2 . 


_ Flame Prod Dtapae 

> *■ Preeeurlied Holla 

EV M*U Wall to-Woll Caroeto 

—' “ - •• CabUrvIriorL 

BL FLAMINGp AFT. Alio vttiUlxlltxi txni In kltrhm 

SB OgUaa Road and hoi broom, heat lamp In bath- 

vvgm me air at the roam, controlled antnnre. Indlvid- 
n AnL mmfortabia mod- “* ctrtrol Uvlhf and Meet*. 
tarix^Tlli>r Hto. ^ OmSum. 

BACHELOR SUITE* from fH to 
Na M La Patoma Apt ,. BEORno v SUITE* from SIOS 
. . „ , ,, , 2 -BEDROOM SUITES from *125 


n HILLMAN. AutomatM . |M S PAYMENTS INCLUDE $ 

5 ffftSW 1 .|£ $ 5% SALES TAX. $ 

VS-rJ? 1 TRANSFER and $ 
SnTSiteE, to^ aZZ nJT l REGISTRATION $ 
Budgri Tarma AvtoUMa , MAKE NO PAYMENT $ 

SAUNDERS k HITCHMAN | TU. JANUARY » 


SUBURBAN’S nnd »>» ovmtmi. mean -g- pwk min OIIBII BOX TRAILER MOO LB CAP AC- CuBlaot Retool Doto. “““ 

■■PFi.™ WIVC. 5SK4a5!-*US- ■"« — y." “? ^ “ rt - 478-73®. _ cog A STEPBXN9UN LHHTB For apprintotort to Vto. or Infne. 

BEAUTIFUL BUYS aoerlfce tor *■■ <* mannahli AUSTDI A7B PARTS. BOAT TRAILER. XT WINCH cr* ■° itoiiuBhmn Si. mat on. coll DMO. at »174X 

ariw. w mw __ *T*i*mi. _ 47P.TS22. " EV EMU-- 

„ , 27 rORD COUPE. GOOD RUN- ALL MAXES TRUCE PART*. .TT aTrinaa Akin lAaan an XSQUMALT RD. iiaaCNCRNl pip,, AVPN 7 IV iPTC 

Pontiac Parisienne rung nrdir Many aatra porta. pR Urea, holaU, ate. Kudta. XV HMS *aH ROOM AND HOARD tXtO _Knoalma —1 bedroom, dinette, “ArUv AVENUE Apia. 

n rv_, P llaiuliju. twoleet cdfer Pbma Duncoo i ,*nrnan~iirm~a p* pi'rHt~ " atoroge SkS, living hMIV e*li- 1MB OAK BAY AVE. 

2-Door Hardtop. tiwugl after I paa .mrH/arSSwiiJ? ***5* . — GONZALES GUEST HOUSE towoli rarpw. laundry facii, 

V 8 , automgtic, custom radio. aniDXirrS^SpicLAL -OOLDOTREAM-_ R _ Jf - etc.. eoMerim bar*up_^ tore Y M are cordially tavltad lo lw 

Fin„hri in . im.rt M„v, ,« ySgtSi S^L ffi . A SIS' ™ LI1HL »fJE.-’T “““ ZZl'Z 

now u.95 sjr-“ “ “wMcEstr^fifiTTBosrm - .-jsrvsu s su ™ 

■« ™ L£S2»SjK S!*,T3SU SST^.. 


NOW $3495 
386-6131 


tm CHEV. «-CTUXOat SUCK -Ma^Seyrnwr;_ 

ill Hire rondltkw tfarnughtog 1841 ML 47. 41 FORD PARTS— 

-B.U May be aaea. »1 »*aa M Meteor londan EV 34847. 

J/M Lake Road. _ HO■ V u Imn nnea eenrn - 


COLONIAL INN I. . . ** **7' - 

oan an the mmfcrte to kw racheeor butte beach dr., 


2040 Cadboro Bay Rd. 
3S3-TU1-2 


V like a top. V 

V V 

V 57 CONSUL Sedan V 

V V 

V 51 HILLMAN 4-Door V 

V Floor shift. V 

V V 

V NO REASONABLE V 

V OFFER WILL. BE V 


t $ 

s s 

$ 57 MERCURY Sedan. $ 

S V- 8 , automatic, radio. $ 

S SALE PRICE . $821 $ 

$ No Down Payment. $ 

S $35 PER MONTH. * 


V SUBURBAN S ! I7j ' 

V "BEAUTIFUL BUYS’' { 

7. 1963 $ $35 PER MON" 

Comet V 8 Sedan with stand. S 

y transmission and only 20,000 $ 

mile* on this desirable car. I 57 OLDSMOBILE. 

.. $2095 $ v-8, automatic, 

V 38W131 J SALE PRICE $839 $ 

,, $ No Down Payment. $ 

MALIBU motors $ *36 PER MONTH. I 


THUNDERBIRD 

SOr. Hardtop 
Gleaming While Beauty 
Fully Pnwered 

NOW ONLY $2795 
JAMESON MOTORS LTD, 

748 Broughtim St. 

SUBURBAN’S 
•’BEAUTIFUL BUYS’* 

1963 

Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan. 
6 -cylinder, automatic, 


VOLKBWAaRN. 

L«. bloc* to 


- ^ m-aTW W iS S 1 L IMm— with hdel aarrica at r*aaw» •to oewtoc to ng xmideei with dlraet 

URN. ana XTA TIQW Rto oflur. EV 2-4440. ralea with or without moato. Cloae m view (ante well-appointed 

Tr 1 vnt Eftwartm von "erlv to rtl 7 ewntra end »«riL Arable free Miy hrnidto room with tottoiOB- 

to be aptmarieOad, toU VOCgaWAGER VAfl REAR SEAT, r.rtrM -no rawnweH rv LT>« .Tie haUamTi ad dreaeine room 


Elevator 

Pnvata Tarraeae 

Tree cahlevt*ioo and parking 

Laundry iaelllttoe 

Sourdpraodag 

CmtroUed eatronre 

Owner Management 


parktog 7TB Gcwrmneit KV4-71SL etle. haamon n and dreaming room. _ 

- „ ——~ Hae oem witraeuw fron garden e. R Mclvor. Suita 2 M. 2SB-5gm 

I WANTED — ROOM AND BOARD ideal aooammadellrei for cat lady 


wwW trade M-B4M mmptote. S35 GR » 2 MB Hea m fro 

r£ Se “222 

^ ™_ ... _ furnlehed luge wtwn part-thne 

***''* -_____ FOR SALE a AUSTIN. FOB «« available ux etc while lather XfflNTRF.AI. TH 


URGENT. MUST SELL. IBB) RAM- parte, *25 H-34W 

bier Btmer Kgeolleto rtmdlOcei — - -- 

M.flOS mllea. Rea—nabte. 18*4823. 108 AUTO RIF AIRS, 

MUST SELL ■■ METKOR. >OOOR SltVlCC, TOW I NO 

■■don. etandaed A new lire*, wry - 

r leOn. SSJ or naaraat offer MS - 2 STB _ _ _ 

SLIGHTLY USED 1«S VOL EX .TT„ 

wagon iSOfi Feet Writ KX1271 « sptotal ha . . . 

eew. UN Balmoral. MATtONAL MOTOR* 


CHEV BEL-AIR, GOOD. CLEAN 


V- 8 , sutomatic, radio.S I>ow ' r cle “' ”» fc » * 

cn w nmrv asm e INUW mi UG MIDGET. 1 


V NO REASONABLE V vauxS^l^.. ... 

V OFFER WILL BE V|M ftwuai-g» , 

V REFUSED ON THESE V ," austui Bo « 

1 - eru rv.rw. ti MU PIIMTtar herrilnn aStS * 


:*i MG. MIDGET. EXCELLENT 
eo adlllat. MS-2P14, EMP. 

BJ PONTIAC. GOOD MECHANICAL 
ahapa. aa rate. »7S. 477 MM 


* J/M YOUR CHOICE J^41 o dodge coupe, dual ex inriugw 


VJOMUXJ v/iv IHMI, V JO AUSTIN ..*J4;> e rj FB tUviun 

TEN CARS. V n PONTIAC hardtop _ *575 * 34 LfmiSLC.lt .-Mfaiui. 


1 vniw. V | n PLYMOUTH .|V»J J 

TRADES ACCEPTED. V i ss iobd Vtct.cto hardtop .... M 6 Z 
.,; Sd FORD hardtop ...*45n I 

. — S&* 


V 


V 

V 

YOUR 

V 

V 

VOLKSWAGEN 

V 

V 

DEALER 

V 

V 

EV 5-2415 

V 

V 

USED CAR DEPT. 

V 

V SPEEDWAY MOTORS V 


VVVVVVVVVVVV 

MUMMMMMMMMMM 


CLEARANCE SALE' 
LOW PRICED CARS! 
GOOO CREDIT' 

BAn CREDIT' 
TRADE OR NO TRADE! 
LET'S DEAL' 


55 FORD autrunatlc .. *733 $ 

V 55 PLYMOUTH tudar hardtop .. *M 6 , 

55 VAUXHALL ..*125 » 

v 54 OLD* rnnverUhle . .*495 « 

v 54 PONTIAC Sedan Delivery .. E225 * 
„ M DODGE ...SUE $ 

,, M CHEVROLET Bel Air_* 2 » * 

v 51 METEOR ... *175 t 

V S3 PONTIAC convertible _C 2 S T 

.. 50 PONTIAC Sedan Delivery .. PB $ 

V 31 BU1CK ludor hardtop ... *143 8 

. a PMWiiuhi* filfgPE tVdiriAargei 9 


V- 8 . automatic, radio. S 
SALE PRICE $848 $ 
No Down Payment $ 
$37 PER MONTH. $ 


TWO 

1964 HILLMANS 

Both top recimttinned rare. 

ONLY $1595 EACH 


haul!, radio Oiler*. CR *-1271. 

Volkswagen, tm wh friT, 
good «mdH«w. (USB. EV4-MSB. 

CAR FOR SALK 


.CS, * No Down Payment $ JAMESON MOTORS LTD. isa* Packard clean 

wic . ... fcn $ $37 PER MONTH. $ lao Boughk. at wi offer* to can EV * 

iruwe «» J J SS parisienne Tdoor " HAjii> !d£. °nSrn t rFmZ 

$ 58 FARGO 1-Ton Pickup. $ ”g°y- 

[¥¥rw* SALE PRICE . .$776 J ^e, L V"gieic» " and ~ 'M 

-- * No Down Payment, $ ***"■ ** n * * 1 _ ev imc MrPhenoa se< 

dan Del*veryM $ $34 PER MONTH. J SAVE IBM 38 ZEPHYR. CLEAN CO 


FDR SALE 5d AUSTIN. FOB rare avMJabie l<r eel while lather MONTREAL TRUST 
I tortA *H MWR _ warita P h one MSCB4* _ ion Fort *L ISSHU 

108 AUTO RIP AIRS, -B.C. LAND RENTALS 

SIfevicc, tow i ho S”L» OMR 

- ^ — __ view Immediate. 

Aweow - - - ■ -- - ROOM AND BOARD IN WARM Furnlehed. *174 Utoltntilhed DIE 

1 " "oentcriobie hone- TV lotage. pood *02 Government Street XN&-3HS 

tpaciaJ ha . , . meat*. In e home from home. 1*2 - ■ : , - , - - —— 

HATTONAL MOTOR* lAto lkto W-Wl_ ^ *-«om 

BRAKES REUNED ’SSL? ^ 

Lkrvltod tuna Only hiu Pme Ha »*y xv fm* i«ga oeiamxeem at* Ron 

_ MIDOLX-AGED VXTTRAN SEEK* ---------- 

Owen and board Cetoroi. PW Ome SPACIOUS BACHELOR SUITE.; 

Bmrm fJQ V em p toyed. Victoria Pr ana. Bn SB. new building near Parliament En-1 

—HKviaiaMiis SL«nsaraw=! 

ALI uim uncr u.in»t* I'M*- Oak lAy to JtMUe* area vlgtorl * m -— 

k<*en>U«lM..l..to EVMB24 j ROOMS WITH CABLEV13I0N. 

With this ami HTiMrlMl I DrTVDTD rt**j* urvu mrt. lhnp()ln| MOlf* Wld DIM tfOp. 

with *k |M apaetoll RETIRED GENT. «a WOWAMQ. F . lrfl#M 2 -I1rL ugK heat water 

J ™» »*"twra the DomMata aarrica «TL T**! Inrhaled. Adult* only. *13. Phone 

•a gtva »<* Vtolrria Prow Hat « _ aaauKi after 3 »n 

KeUna all 4 wheat braaaa eU FOR YOUNG LAMES. OOOO r,ViK at arg-g^awiv rDMFt MT- 
Chjyca Banded iimng. tern. 

tawen wheel cyltodera and koto «™tarta P*i. EV 3-BSL Elderly couple preferred. The Royal 

•hoM bearing* CUBAN. COMFORTABLE. HOME True! Co.. MMUL 

ym BMMa* ryuader co**m. MW Rtoritiand. M2-1MT. - ..n ' rv ' .mrowmo 'TT; 


BRAKES REUNED 
Lkrvlthd mng Only 
.21,95 

Re*. $29.95 

irlodea oil port* sad labor. 


ALL MAXES - MOST MODEL* rvggoi 
sa*a over Mas and drive In mteu 

with thl* met apaeloi! RETIRED 


"BLUE WATERS” 

SIDNEY 

Ntoe Randy for Occupancy 
■ Large 1 - and 2-hedronm *ullaR 

* Wall-to-wall carpel* cr hard¬ 
wood floor*. 

* Air CcndlUaaod Hall* 

* Cor parking wxtrrgrowvL 

* Elevator. 

-• Beat*!fid eea and aoridand 
view 

* Clean airooopiwra — pnocrftd 
aunmjqfing* 

Retire In Sidney by tha ffea. 

For appi did na n l to view pinna 


PRINCESS CHARLOTTE 
467 Lampson St 

* Seated Swimming Pool 

* Free Blacktop Parioog 

* FYae Aulumatie Laundiy 

* Wall-to-Wail Drape* 

* Patio# and Balcame* 

One Bbdroom - *95 
Two Bedroom - SUB 
See Kr*jdent Manager 
Suite 104 - Ph 383-230* 

R R R R R R R R R R R R R H 


DUTH REDAN. OOOO 
SIM nr offer*. M4-M21. 


'SI DODGE AND S4 CHEV. 
EV 48*42, MrPhetoan Service. 


Reeaanehla offler* canddtred. * * hardtop. ' 

EV 3-3221 Cor. ol Quadra A John eon $ $ 1!'* *“* 

----$ 58 CHEVROLET Sedan. $ grtW 


SAVE IBM 58 ZEPHYR. CLEAN CONDITION, 

1 i**.. Po ”i* r •‘arniean* two*toor Any reaeaiable offera GR 7-8028 

* hardtop. VS. autoanaUr, power Weer- . .. . . . ... 

t in* and brakoa. only 1.000 ml tea M rORD VA * 8 M CASH SSTW 1 


Ad Nat braaaa 
Ad Jin t par Dap braba ehara 
appllcahla 

ALL CHRYCO PARTI BACKED BY 
CHRYSLER NATIONAL 
WARRANTY 

Per Fast Efficient Siiriee 


ouwatto, art mrouann. ma—t. ArrRACTrV i FULLY-FURNISHED K ROYAL BEACH COUIW R 
CRAIGMTLE - 10*7 CRAIGDAR, ■uitre. park location No atapa H «« DALLAS RD. R 

roe* Hoi and «add water EV 5-bbl CahiariHoa. Winter ralea. Parti g „ waurfmo* de h,.. b 

...--— gv a ave* R r an o r o m ie wetteritee da Jure a 

ROOM AND BOARD. r-wipa, we w—a _ R gga; l-bodrocm, Individual ho« R 

**41223 FORT AVALON MOTEL R water hooting, elevator, drape*. R 

- — — wi Avaloo. Ban* Hill Park. Ph. R colored firtrne* free automatic R 

£2SP rSemm ,IKQL * * IVL 54 M Day., week*, month*, g lonndrT apd parking *UA R 

doubla EV«M4fl._winter ralea. Cafeavtoon. S-» = -» B »ww»ww5 


GOOO FOOD, 
double. EV S Mi 


Trade and term* accepted. Phone 


-30 FORD. tSI). XV 54*41 


SUBURBANS 
"BEAUTIFUL BUYS" 


i SALE PRICE $ 8 S« » Chevrolet imp ala sports 181 FOEIIGN IMPORT AND ivtcronai pnvuriaa. iwundry Evsgwx " ' .?zT! mmvr r rm .:.. m r: 1 - 

S No Down Payment, $ hardtop. V a. power nearing, power SMRT CARS ■* YATES *T- EV 4AJ74 ROOM AND BOARD WOREINC TH* MICHELANGELO MODERN **** 

s $38 per month. $ - TSs^LSSk 5 —=^®. __ 

» , Mtoft, oundtttot Sltoff Phon. ?J«” SSZJSTSJTZ ™ W-fr™ «««« ^ ^ »_lT JT'S'mS" ar^ri^er^ 

$ * -— I 1 T 00 urwwted. Beel ariec over *300 SJSSS^, ---■ 2 -ROOM SUITE. KITCHENETTK. UnlverMly Raaitv Ltd 477-1835. 

$ 58 PLYMOUTH I l&J^LSSSFJSi ^ »»1 «OOM 8 TO RINT -fSSSi - oae bay ” ' 

1 Belvedere. * 1 ^ M^Ze^tc SSS STAi?.* suepfe, „2*J2£m cnoteM, ” ^ 

% Full power, radio. $ appreciate. U47 Wychbury Are. altw » urn. DOWMANaSKRVH^ NOV 1. APARTMENT BLOCK. ItoL. water^cafeeritoto. -aetwr 

$ SALE PRICE $868 $ M^- YiantTHBr lvederx » SACHtnCEi tm_ TR. smriRE _ !» *«—» _£SS’ SSmS' Si 

I No Down Payment * ^ ™dto. 2 -ton. blue. RoMt.to.7M Trade omtobawd TRANfrWMX AUTOMAtTC THAN* RV»«M <r EV 2 - 1 BW. »»H -- 

» INO Down t'aymeni. 1 Ww> mileage, one owner, racetlent EV 2*M4. ralaaann apaclailife. EV 4-MSA Re . lt »ww onrei m, enma ---—-- .. PEMBERTON COURT 

» $37 PER MONTH. $ "MlNton. ns cr no down payraere __ m Mil auto traiwmlafeoa ha Ml Mi J San g2nta* BASEMENT APARTMENT, SEMI- renUng-ccgrew of Pemb erton 

$ 5 *n d"y-p*r mom, MAMffl _ rOTSALE^JM. UITUS MARE T, tunau p. from SUM SS. < 3 Sh5* ,I tt P^ag^SESS 

J $ JSL“*55S < ^^ D S C S « ~ «UNBEAM”ALP!NE - wria 110 AUTO PINANCINa AND a& ^ G,rA * 

$ 59 RAMBLER Sedan. $ ,W tUKANCB _ available^ nov. i " de ~ luxe 

* SALEPRICE - $838 $ — ^ ^t^itNb ?— STIv ^ mLOVEW _.. Z&tSTn 

$ No Down Payment. $ '37 CHEV. HARDTOP IK! MOB CONVERTIBLE WITH W lGVE WITH A ^^fr*^*h^mld P m D «ar£re » LARGE RnOMR FURNISWED. rloaa to everything. King*tun Apt*., 

i $36 PER MONTH. SI SUck - ruatom grin, and cepa. taeo. v CERTAIN NEW CAR? fj ^ T sin a mentt,. Plug uffllHre. Wrritto* «a King* ton St. FV 3-9644 or 


} 11S8 CHEVROLET IMP ALA SPORTS 181 fOBIIGN IMPORT AND 

* ^ spoet cars 


m i.et s deal! m Comet Caiiente 4-Door Sedan 

M 2 .JS ?1 in Powder Blue, with power 

M 55 Bulck Hardtop . *595 M ... 

m 57 Buick Hardtop .*3v>5 m steering, automatic trans. 

M 57 Chev. DeUvary .*4*8 M NflW S27<Fi 


( brakoa. ruMom radio, tinted (la**. 
1 Kmart two-tona egferior. whiiewal) 


NATIONAL MOTORS 
(Victoria! 

B> YATES BT_ EV 4AJ74 


vAS,m ffiaim W0RKn,G BEACON LODGE to IXJOULA& BY 
Sir! or woman. teO-MW. THE SEA Bachelc* Apta-aome 

ROOM AND BOARD. MEN. HOME heaping rurntto- Uamga. CttopanJcw 
Pdrilcgea laundry EV 3-KTOB. •hip-alm.np»iare 19*Mm 


RRRRRRRRRRRRKR 

COLUMBIA APTS. 

8 BD ADMIRALS RD. 


S 5 teJSS 85 3 ™ ^ r Sdi 

m _ M _3 86-6131 _ | SALE PRICE .. $ 

Sr ttSo^'mr^hlke'^or m E^b yolvo $ No Down Payment 

2 BOAT' M T^World. finre^to* i $37 PER MONTH. 

M 54 Metoor Stn. Wagon ... MBS M _0*VID MtrfoRS LT D._ $ 

If 55 Vateor Sedan . *4*S M " — t 

If 51 Meteor Sedan . W 8 M URGENT-MUOT SELL 1*3S MOR- . . 

M *5 Old* Sadan . *495 M ri , 1(II1 fUw at Lou * Texaco. I72B $ 58 RAMBLER SedaJl. 


ROOM* TO RENT 


Share bathroom. Mar preferred. 
*50 per mrolh Including ail utilltleo. 
am Selkirk. Pfeme MM1S1 


OAK BAY 

J aagco. automatic 4. eartliint cat to ALPINE OOOO CONDITION. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS • nig !»*v Sm SeiktTk.''ptvxw «*'" " Omtonnlal ApartmMiU. 112* FTar- 

dlUon. new lire*. Mud aa. to hardtop. 11.MO Phtaw 3M-34g7 RZroraCIa Zrrnl .n ttoia * Sfeengw ttxS^a^lItoe — - S“» *- } Mx ^ y J t ~* oom 

$ .ppreciot*. U47 Wychbury Are. ariw • p.m. DOWMA N03E R V1 CTl" t APARTMENT BLOCK. flreL. water^cofeeritoat -atewr 

$ M~H^ YMOUTH ~ BELVEDERE « - 8 AC«nC«L m EmTlRK _ * _ —’SC'TSI SimZ ^ ^ 

. dan. autrvnatkv redto Hina hlua Radio II.7». Trade aattodavwd THiMLM l itimuilvp lain EV AJSB 1 ir EV J-ISIJ i wvuuum. v , nu -- 


M 3S Rambler Sedan - *565 M Guvarament Aaking * 75 u. Malta an J SALE PRICE $838 $ 

M mayfair MOTOR* ltd M -JL - $ No Down Payment. S 

M TRIUMPH * * LOTUS M 19*3 PONTIAC PAR 1 SEN.NE. 1 Z ,« npn uromi • 

M TM Ctoverdaie Ave. MI7J13 M door hardtop, automatic. , power » $36 PER MONTH. $ 

M M ttcerlng rad in. low mlleace. black, a 

MMMMMMMMMMMM taka trad* EV *408* or tv 5-40*4 ' __ 

------- ~ AUSTIN AID I rid EXCELLENT \ 60 

. . mactianlral condition. Only done $ SALE PRICE .. ! 

/\ 4Nt> /% M “ r - * No Down Paymen 

A a a a A a a a ]Ws ^^ 0 ^^ waiion good J PER MONTH 

* * mtor and body. Con b# financed. $ 

48 DODGE Sedan, radio .... *123 <7 5-3785. ___ • 

£ CHEV jSLt 8 " 1 " «;« SS, -gr^as^urffl; J so VALIANT 2-Door. 


$37 PER MONTH, 


I HEY, GOOO LOOKING I 

$ '57 CHEV. HARDTOP 

t Stick, ruatom grille and ca*a 

* _ E V H444 _ 

vluitev an r 'da ur. rnotn 


COOP HOUSE. DOUBLE AND 
•mala room, board cgtttonal. MUM 
after I p.m. 


radio. JM-S427. _ 

NO DOWN PAYMENT, *98 MONTH 


ROOM FOR RENT. PRIVU-EGED 
to leartwr. furnlehed. 1323 Stanley 
Ave. 

ROOM FOR RENT SUITABLE 


***~'°* u - __ PEMBERTON COURT 

BASEMENT APARTMENT, (SEMI- renUna-OTrew of P roberton 

fumirned bedotttlns room wtrn fire- “^_ r 'TL 

place, kitchen and privala hath. (12 “ 11 *vf rc *" 

awaek EVirlllfl G ‘ r *’* 

- - - - —-- - - LUL, JSH44* _ 

DE11GHTFUL S<ROOM SDITt ...... a at yp — ” * ™ tip i itvw 

HkkferitrenrtimE Arelleht# OA 1 * »£■^ 

‘T'^an __venleocea, new building, very quiet. 

I LARftK ROOWR FURNISWED. rloaa to everythin*. Klng*ton Apt*., 
aan a menth. plua utairire. Woektns 125 King*toe St . EV 3-S844 or 
perms or cviupla only. INt EV Uriel EV 2-8300. _ 


I MUST SELL '58 MG. CORVETO ,7 » TRS Wl m«M Buy It DOW with ■ klW-COSt, n, \ 2 ONLY LEFT. BACHELOR 1-BIDROOM SUITE. MODERN 

$ powered. Excellent condition. Con-1 life-insured tor 1 rr 2. aa Q uodre. 3K3-tk74 M , , ^ 2 parwna Okfe| buUdlng._ Sun_lcwnge. Near bua 


W rHrv°H22 n S * d “ . ti ME 19 “ • NOWAD STATION WAGON, e 

SoLW ■"Super, automailc. * ’ ™ m,n “ * PhQn * l 

radio. *843 ______ ♦ 

n FORD Tot and camper, _ an CHEV 2 DOOR. LOW MILEAGE $ 

4 apeed Iran* .*1,BI6 radio, *1.350 gall or lak* older . 

• PONTIAC Sadan, auto- bade. GR 7-2825. * 

m vfriXHALL' sedan '’iau '51 AUSTIN. NEW _ TIRra RE * 

ft VAUXHALL Epic Sedan, ^nHImt tranwwria S 

7 .nno mile* .. »- 4 25 hot. CM. M-8IH3 anytime. 

•4 CHEV Nova Sedan. *Uto- _____ 1MJ poRVAIR SPIDER 150 H P . 
m * ,,c .I engine All option*, win comldar » 


A k A CARMART 

3*44 Quadra St EV A27U 
CLARE ABBOTT 

SUBURBAN’S 
•‘BEAUTIFUL BUYS’* 


tr»de. 47* 273* | 

19SB PONT7AC TOP CONDITION. T 
Law mlleage *1.450 EV 4-0342. ’ 

1MB ANGLIA GOOD CONDITION, 1 
CSOl GR *-3489. i 

193* TR-J. IMMACULATE _ SHAPE. * 
EV 4-7588. J 

1953 CHEV 4-DOOR, EXCELLENT * 
eondltlOT. Ph'ina S95-7283 


SALE PRICE .. $921 $ *“?v£&.“ d EV5 “ WM grTS* "““ t * PRrrE 

J 198B BUICK CONVERTIBLE - 1M- .~T7 T| ... 

$39 PER MONTH. $ maculate, very low mileage, S*.S50, 105 TIRES 

> new car warranty, will accept trade - - . . 

and finance balance. GR F70B7 

J INI OLDS. «T rULLY AUTOMA- M3CHELIN 

VALIANT 2-Door. $ tic. Immaculate condition. Offer* U I 

AiHnmetir * acreeied. will trade an orervpari car 

AUUMT18UC. » and naah. Will flnaiko. «7*-l*8S. X 

SALE PRICE . $1091 $ c ford galaxy *oo. v*. 2 - 

No Down Payment. S hardtop, automailc, power TULLS 

$47 PER MONTH. $ fig 

S 19S1 FORD TWO DOOR SEDAN. DAD TIRE LTD. 

$ aundard. Owner leaving fur Europe 

t Ii.sso or offer, ev 2 2 S«. Victoria Duncan 

* 57 CHEV 4-DOOR HARDTOP. EV 2-7283 746-7191 

* •wn and couiary. radio, muit aell. 

OVER 150 $ *933. EE-MII. - 


$47 PER MONTH. 


1962 1953 CHEV 4-DOOR, 1 

Pontiac 2-Door Hardtop with condif'*- a>ft - 72 
. sharp two-tone, automatic ^ d ®™ Dc ^ R ^ 
transmission, custom radio, H MORRIS mjnor i 
power (teerinR. conduiOT, *3oo 47*7211 

$2195 81, CADILLAC SEDAI 


51 MORRIS MINOR. EXCELLENT * 
eondltlOT, *200 47* 72*4 otter « J, 

8 L CADILLAC SEDAN DEV1LLE $ 
Take trade. 477ASS8 I 

58 PONTIAC *, AUTOMATIC, RA , 
dlo. whitewall*, etc. GR 7 2825. » 


OVER 150 
TOP-QUALITY 


USED CARS 


ON DISPLAY 


ENSIGN MOTORS 


$ MECHANIC'S SPECIAL. MM ME 

I leor Rid rati, automatic. Engine 
require* overhaul. Offer*. I»8827 

8 -a* ntURT.FD m iteir' wn r 


$! DOWN 
$1 A WEEK 


SCOTIA PLAN 
LOAN 

THE BANK OF 
NOVA SCOTU 

lit CARS AMD TRUCKS 
WANTID 


SUBURBAN MOTORS 
386-6131 


SLEEPING ROOMS. KITCHE!* England Inn. EV2-83U. 


19*0 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE lUe-inSUrea SLEEPING ROOMS. KITCHEI* Englafel Inn EV2-83U. *lop I'rom November 1M. 195. 

CR - MTM - SCOTIA PLAN priv '" r ~ (.iSSrmxY ruRNSHF.D^ SS. F,rW ApatV 

105 TIRIS ^£aN W “HVttnam RBI “ SyUS " Ur ^ fao^eld. near ocean. 

-—- HO** 1$, FRIVATI HOSPITALS ^ fttnTR. ~ "* 4S <|UlH - ta £ h ' ,or 

•nrr nghllf nip_ IK ■ ^7®’ Si Iridge, rang*, light heat. Du* at 

™ E BANK OF HARBINGER LODGE g “ ™"T- ’.‘f’h h ~«- door. Adult*. (SO. EVMCO. 

MICHELIN NOVA SCOTU w. have one varenr, tor a gw*le room, W 2«» Klngatcn _ urg-KRTrifac A PT - lias ROCK - 

v 3 - S 3 ? “lESST"' SKW apts. i 2 an?° 2 L 

X -;- , M4j404- wr GARDEN omul ta SldMF ^mator. Mi njodere eOTVWitoncre. 

112 CARS AHD TRUCKS lind clifi rise - all thb Phona gg-iB* tr «BE 2 a»i. EVA-vioa _ 

TIRES WANTID SSf°Ev ?»m”* wMb b **' 04 near jubilee hospttal^self- rstcred people inquire 

_ _ C * f * gV _rontained bachelor aulte. *35 per nalc at Nor GAfeDEN 

Si! SSi I t I I t m HOME OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, month. 583 9514 or *38 8038. Court. Sidney. Phone »3S12 or 

DAD TIRE LTD. ted .l« rerency. Peraorwl rere 8ROO m r URNISHED SUITE TOR _ 

a „, Z - ---rervL Everything Included, *53 a GROUND FLOOR BACHELOR 

Victoria Duncan $ KASH FOR YOUR CAR $ COLLINSON LODGE month. *85-5470 Wdle. Fairfield dlnrtct Range 

EV 2-7283 746-7191 I Phone KEN anytime. $ PTlv ’* e 3-nboM basmt suite bhTre JX-ToRSaST* “ d 

-* SUBURBAN MOTORS S banfield rest home, pri ^Ty h ms r Fort k 8 treri w4Sira - Ap " esquimalt _ modern ibeiv 

5 386-613} $ vale room, elderly man 3*3-5077-- room aulte large Hwt.WiPj 

II DOWN t a THREF. noOM BASEMENT BUTTE, heat, laundry. Adult.- EV4-8r*I 

*1 Wjwn $ $ VACANCY IN REST HOME FOR hath, partly fumlihed. *56. Phone from VI pm. 


COLLINSON LODGE 


S ROOM FURNISHED SUITE FOR ___ 

renL Everything Included, *53 a GROUND FIXiOR BACHELOR 
month. *83-5470. mite. Fairfield dlatrlet Range. 


J Clean, warm, main floor. Private]—-—— - . — ——I fridge. *5ll CaUrvlaton and garage 

or iemI private. EV 31)04. 3ROOM BASMT SUPra:. SHARE CR 8-2379 


* *1 RAMBLER classic will Buy* I New Goodyear Tire 

$ !**** n * r " poymenl. *m a* tor Brake Helming Wheel 

J EV^-aaffl__ Alignment Shock, and Muffler* 

a '5* VAUXHALL. GOOD CONDI. tu ’ T,rrn * 

: «■ c “*> °"- r VICTORIA TIRE LTD. I 

* -- GoTirnmaei at Sara id EV 24184 


$ 1*3* HILLMAN HARDTOP, HEAT 
. er, 2530 Femvrood Rd. EV 3 31*0 

• ip.m.). _ 

• 1M4 OORVAIR MONZA 74.000 
$ mllea. iliU under warranty 4 apeed 
I floo r Mill! ami e.trea 383 *642.^ 

! 1980 RENAULT IN GOOD CON 

• dltlOT. S375 or ueoreri. offer. Phone 
| GR 8- 4275 


$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $ 

Cloud. Clean 
CARS ANU TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Out in I Minutaal 


—PLIMLEY— .rum aa wwa acta. Apr., qy nai. I tvwm or » v poPLARS IN SIDNEY 

1010 Yates SL FAIRFIELD. CLEAN ROOM, xrr- 1 -ROOM SUITE. GROUND FLOOR. S-bodronm aulte. IU 0 a month. Ch 8 - 

--- rhenatte, buaneaa peraotv EV 2-2085 CV»e In. Wl GR350I* dren waloOTve. tfiS-TSH 

JmS rAa<? rM LARGE ROOM AND KITCHEN” THREE-ROOM UNIT, ALL FOUND. BEACON HILL PARK 3-BEDROOM. 

1SH CARS. CASH IS NO PROBLEM „„„ ncoe In. 2nn Quadra. garage. Working peraon, S 8 M* 8 - top floor. 1M Douglae Up lo data. 

fAPRI MOTORS LTn. .V'avn aa.^a al v-^T 0 v~ vg 4 ~P *•« Ne«l«l Adult* EV 2 7406. 


lady and gentlem an. jB Sjm after S p.m. EV 3 -228*. _ _ BEACON HI LL- 

125 HOUSIKIIFINQ ROOMS OAK RAY AVE. 7-BEDROOM SUITE i bedroom. aelf^oiitalned aulU. 135. 

Tri true Suitable 1 or 2 people. Reaecet- phone EV 3080* 

_ T0 Kf T _ able rent Qida . houw. EVj-321 ^ AWD 

WARM, COMFORTABLE ROOMS BALMORAL AVE . LIVING ROOM, iu jfe. In new Mock. Srnvla, 250 Oa- 

lor middle-aged or elderly tetumla 2 bedroom*, hath and kltctwo. *80. wap) EV 2-3837. 

from 18 week. Scott Apt*. EV 31221. EV 44MM or EV 44ZM - nrwrv - 


5** h rStoI U V» l lubi2 l *Uc M Sree^ M RAMBLER STATION WAGON. * * dltlon, S375 or neoreri. offer, phone 

fSTriSS^lgl t^ T^ie^nd at kMsrd .hffl. P hone 478-35T7. J USED CAR JCR8-4275_ 

term* accepted. For dnmoalretlon CHEV. GOOD CONDITION $ 1 SMALL. RELIABLE SECOND CAR. __ ___ .... ..... _ .... .... - 

here or Up-le land , pho ne GR 7-1*87 f;H 7-2940. . SUPERMARKET $ <,n, 7 *8 50 » m<nth 388 5801. ?ikT b itoW LI ^ «nM RE& 8EK *”* u - *58-3812 or 477 8U49 WurkirM per*«i KV 2 3334. *80 Adull* M 4 ;* 1 * 76 ronialnrd. 

1M0 FORD FRON TEN AC STATION f».f FORD RANCH WAGON.”*!-*) , . !77 CONSUL, *300 or BEST OFFER. - * — -- CASH FOR CLEAN * CARS WARM. CLEAN. QUIET ROOM CLEAN.2 ROOMS. MAIN FLOOR OLEARVTEW _ APT. 1298 YATES. 

tea•utom^lr^^ * 1 , 01 , 10 . ^4T744«S (;R AliSI * * GR 33375 (Q6 TRUCKS HOUSTU;^ kKfTOKS ^182 3522 tor lady. 417 Vancouver StreeL healer; *47.56 Eaqulmali. 383 5330. Im, 1-hedroom ale. CaMt 

R*d*" ^ *' 1C * " UT ' Cr * VOLVO >44; 1*8*. I8B6. FINANC- * 9:, ° YatCS St. $ MUST" SEU. « BARRACUDA,” 14 , ■■■ -WI5_QUADRA^- NICE CLEAN FURN18 HED FOR 2 - ROOM WI?H BATH STOVE T V Mod ern oonvenlencea. 386-3991. 

•p PONTIAC 8 SAFARI STATI O N ^ arr^ ^'TO^^-$ , am^rin. B,*_ GR H710_ ™ 8^151 _ _ frid*e. Near JubUre. »-««. NICE ^ROOM HEATED EWTR 

SSST-rSTSS- t T ‘ 1 “ r Si85®-.“* \ 386 ‘ 2411 Wlde 0pen M * n ..v. - Z.?r* AR ™LZ y T„ ^ 

' ssK£- av ^^r- ^ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$^ 1 toS°ss4 5 . MiNOR; vp " an* spews* 1 ™ •“ Mlc ' H, '£?S£ I % H £sr^r VE 


ANDY AND JACK affer WE NEE 

25% OFF ““ ^ 

NEW TUU* ANYTIME! CAP! 

FRANCIS BATTERIES A ” v>t " 
TIRES LTD. 

nsfl BUnahard SL EV 370Ai frank 


1SH CARS. CASH IS NO PROBLEM 

CAPRI MOTORS LTD. 


ALL FOUND. WORKING PERSON 3ROOM SUITE. BATTERY. NEAR 


9Ci0 Yates St. 


J SMALL. RELIABLE SECOND CAR, 
' only *8 50 a month. 388-5802. 

. !7f CONSUL, *300 or BEST OFFER. 
* GR 33375 


MORE CASH 

FOR fOtlR CLEAN CAR 
Frank Minna and Jim Ptulp 
F773 •'Iflb St Sidney 
*533812 or 171 8U49 


EV 31513 1050 Queen* Are, WO Beoron Hill GRT-28M ; _ I BEDROOM BUTTE, _HOT WATER 

FURNISHED BED-SITTING ROOM. JUBILEE-QUIET 2 ROOMS, SELF EV 4-lra teStore *» ‘ m ° nlh ' 

kitchenette. Malure Udy. 1214 Yate*. ronlelned. Adull 3830153. r ... ‘ . - ? -- 

2 7 ROOM UNITS, I3S M7 50, CITY. 3RM APT. 1 RDRM.. UTILITIES l^^'rocSn’ 1 ..*'wlf-’ 


*! MUST SELL 85 BARRACUDA, 14 
| ai-reeaorlee. *5.286. GR 34770 


CASH FOR CLEAN CARS 
HOUSTON MOTORS 3821522 
3015 QUADRA 


V A automatic UO (hope. 417-1228 


AAA CARMART LINDEN. FURNISHED. ALL ITT!LI- BACHELOR SI 

| 2M4 Quanta upp, Safeway EV 3270 Uea, *37 50. Ladle* only. EV 2 8303. gift EV 5-2285. 


and frldgi. *55. 3788 Quadra 












































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OPEN 


NEWTON 

GARDEN VILLAGE 
1738 NEWTON ST. 


FURNINHED 


■ra»«nia*. 
anywhere i 

choa* •»(! 


d. A diamond. By doubling, Eaat has warned West 
against leading dubs. Of tha two remaining aide suits, 
diamonds la tha “unusual” lead sines dummy has bid 


Hm IV4-UW 


IL FLAMINGO APT. 
IU DaJlaa Road 
BO* to* vwa. an* tea air 
“ Flaaungn Age. Cctntala 


MONEY TO LOAN 

FOR ALL TYPES 
OF 

MORTGAGES 

EASY REPAYMENT 
CURRENT RATES 


first-bid suit (Indeed many players make this S rule).' 
The reason Is that If the doubles held strength In the 
second suit bid by dummy, he might have been able 
to bid the suit on the first round of the auction. 

f. dub deuce. If you even had a finger on the 
“safe” diamond ace, you should blush. A diamond lead 
(“to taka a look at dummy' 1 ) might well be ruffed by 
declarer. East surely has a dub void, since dubs is 
the only unusual lead for West to make, and after East 
has ruffed the dub, West's king will probably still live 


32 SUITES 


*125.000 DOWN 


BORROW 


MORTGAGE LOANS 


•Maclur* ayadUei* Peatum 


TO , s 2 r 1 ar oh. 

OtrUr Agenrte* Lid. 522 M. «rre 

EVJiCU; *V**, EV MUl 

1 J- AND J HE DRAIN IN sm. 
madam. apartment Mac* Fumiihed 
or unfurnished Kite* iliri at IT* 
iniMh. Cloea ta aSnal art am 


P R. BROWN RENTALS 
» WENT BAY TERRACE - 3 BR 
In 4-gift. Else, Move and fridge 
Haai and watar lnrtudod la ret* 


BROWN BROS. RENTALS 
•M MO NORTH PARE - » Be 
house OU ran* a and he 


EV 3 MOS or Harrtd Wl 


I BROS. AGENCIES LTD. 
11M Blanchard St., 

ev asm 


SUana. Ottar 

mai be tUQ. GASH 

i. Repayment receiving mon thly, p ay- 


anytime. 


manta on a mortgeg* or agreament 

(rtaa tha aala al juur burn* and 


NO VACANCIES HERE 


grind BwJvmvSa. i.ialiY muSmi and drwTmi dima *1™** t* STRICT RENTAL 

IKK HOMES « r "~ 'vwf-yWVVi-* •»«***. wMhar and dryar. alaa dta*« auiy 8badreom tea»k~ wet 

HUM EVMMI. _ Incloead aun pot*. re^tad. mparl 

lanally wilt* ------ . FAIRFIELD, NEAR SEA WARM. plianbrtf, oainrad Axiom. m foe 

unity room- WILUOWB-MOOMRN ) BEDROOM qulal. 1 bedroom auita. Um living none and hot wafer tank exterior, 
i A Sy«r. grtnoid - fltxr apartment Prlonta and dining room, nnp India and repainted. monlMy parmert* iw 
aygrotmda. antnanoa, taf-crntrrtled heal. Near canon Adult* NUTS. rrertrement a rood credit 

heat tncl. acdmoli. atnraa and baacto mb —--- - rating EV 4-2716 or M-M71. 

Store*. EVM315. EV 1MSL TO RENT —CLONE IN DUPLEX. - - 

. mil. — ---Nn. 154 Govaramaat Btiwat, (72 per BAY 

rifrtwn. __ HC LAND RENTALS month. Apply P. J. Slnnot,. Phona , NE WPORT AVE 

f yy - IfflO QUEERS AVE .-flpartou* 8 EV8T2T1 V ro *~ 4 hungal«a. Llaln# room. 

I 5* r ~- —mi ante. gu on, tn M - dining mean, 3 bedroom*. b**emeni 

5^*- N.wembar 1. ESQL'MALT VILLAGE. ONE BED drl»»-ln garage. ell hail Adult* 

•T" 1 m cicntfu nere MBMBi rnom aid# tty aida. rtartrlc rang*, only Han 1 lilt Clark! and Wallac* 

l*T- — fridge oil haalar. carport. MB Realty.. EV 8(784. 

i AVAILABLE NOV. 1 NR RADKN. EVl-MM - T iT T ^ r r- ' .. 

1 bedroom modrrn auita alar ran** -- — ■ —--OAK BAY, AVAILABLE NOVEM- 

■j'PfjC'P frrtg* <41 Mai pi W-IET MODERN LOWER DUPLEX bar IS 3 bedroom bungalow, large 

rtijmaaaa. pie, mi HI- Lorg*. living mean, kitchen ■ dining kite ban with dining arae, electidr 

386-2131 1 ROOMS. FRIDGE. ALL l.TILI- area. * Mnnu. utility ana. MS haai utility mom wtih ihower 

lit*. MS. Admit 1M0 KiHItlt including baa' and water 4TT-4MS plunhad tor automatic waahrt and 

—-J*4MS ar»' lii*~nr~Tt7Tr 6rf,r w1th ,ub< - **■ PVto* 

i-ri* nituv mn in ne littf molrJn-J au » gurdav call.. 


ASSOCIATES 

FINANCE COMPANY LOOTED 


FAIRFIELD ROOMING HOLS* 
NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 
EXCELLENT RENTAL LOCATION 
GOOD INCOME 
I FURNISHED ROOMS PLUS 
SEPARATE COTTAGE 
An aatlly run re»*nu# property with 


• MB SECOND UOHTGJ 
imad. Ini amt only. Will 
% Phan* W44TJ7 


Sum* No. 2tH. 
**» roct Strait. 
Phona: Its*5491 


Ciaan. retired coiinl. or wldowi, SIR WINSTON »• >* ROOMS. ELECTRIC RANGE. 

EV 4-MSS batmaao M:4* p.m Quadra: Larga brt*M apartmani frldg* all udMUr*. MO UM Rud- 

_——--Ckue to dmmtnwm 1 and 3 bed- . jegu 

ROOMY COMFORTABLE i AND 3- mnni*. pmaulead ball*. Individual --- 

bedroom aultei availabi* to amall ^Mt oontrol. halconlea. drade*. eabla- REDTORD APARTMENTS. 4-ROOM 
block. Adutta no. MS. IM Gov't vumn tnetalled aatnmatir laundry 1 bedroom modem aUli. faraga 
Straat. 384MMI (art line* Inctudad EV»-MM_ Adult* EV 3-m 

BACHELOR SUITE, DJS LUXE, IJC _ NEAT. CLEAN, BACHELOR COSY. WARM. 1 BEDRM. SECOND 
■mall bedroom, Oak Bay watrrfmnL i U IU. U7» Eaqulmalt Road Vacant, flora- auita. Near Jubila*. tM Ph. 
Magnificat* view Separate en- JS0--AOractlr* J-room au*t* healed EV ATOM 

f anra, fireptace. Phon e. jgjg _ your 3-ROOM SUITES AND BACHELOR 

SHALL. HEATIU. BACHELOR rocmt Between WM M LMg 

JrtJ* S& r *SlL EuSli * tov# ' AT mTSFI beach DRrvt - I-MGROOM 

jig 1 ST. Eeaa »5M1_IlMlYAITS 1T.-1AT MMD 1 mun M M2 3S« 

, N *^° Jwnu, all Uliutlea. *» n Can MR SELF-CONTAINED ONE-BEDROOM 

grr mopui. Modern, naar fitnen grEVENSON. EV 5-S741 or evetilngi «,lta; Mdg* nova. XTB Quadra 

KV __ EV 3-4440. Narthwealem Securttle* ----— 

LIMITED NUMBER SPACIOUS _ _ _ .... aliITVIVTt 

atudio aiataa to new apartmant near ^wrrvT ' 1. ROOM SUITE ,XTA MrANianaieij 

Partlam-M Building.. MS-UU all nSur? S FOR SALE 


A FINANCING PLAN FOR 
EVERY NEED) 


own building. Modem, bright, 
cement block — downtown comer 
location I(fio eg. ft Oil hot watar 
tueal. Suitable for odee beauty 
parlor, etc. Call GEORGE CHAN 
or FRED BERGMAN. EV M741. 


MUON BUNGALOW OIL HEAT 
lull baaement. eitm room In hane. 
mail 1138 Ftnlayann 9t. 417-271* 


OAK BAY - 5-ROOM HOUSE 
Muagrav* 8i, automatic oil heai 
baarvnanl and earage, partlrulari 
apply 3610 Beach Qr._ 


1-BEDROOM HOUSE. OIL HEAT 
Irldga, rang* baaemeol saragr 
Crnlral location. Pleaaa call 


UNDER NEW 
MANAGEMENT 
CRAIGFLOWER MOTEL 

1SI 1*1 and Highway 
Family ontta by fit* weak *r mcntl 
Raaaanabi*. IV1490 * 


mortgagk loans 

AND INSURANCE 


SPACIOUS 3-BEDROOM BUNGA- 
low. fireplace, waiher. dryer, gar¬ 
age. lovely garden, good dMrlci; 
UlO month. EV SIMS. 

v , SMALL. OLDER TYPE FOR RE- 
rL 7 llr *d couple Ctoa* lo bua and atar* 
**• Included. Phone 47T 3M1, 


n.no buye a good aecnrvd mortgage 
of *3.130 repayable al |Z1 per month 
TU« toteroat 

Call Pat Murohy, EV63SM 
MatmoollUn Realty Ltd. 

1330 Govammeni St. 


WYCHBURY APT.. 1M7 WYCH 
bury. 190. Four room*. Irldga. 
rang* Nov. let. Adutti. W«!< 


NEAR JUBILEE. 1 BEDROOM 
auita 175. Adult* MS MM 


UPPER DUPLEX (56 SS6 DAVID 
St Phone EV I T 7M._ 

1 BEDROOM. SELF-CONTAINED. 

WL hot wmiar, (45. KV SKUA. 


12R AFAKTMINTS TO RINT, 12f AFARTMINTS TO RINT 


UNFURNISHED UNFURNISHED 

P. R. BROWN RENTALS 

CHARTER HOUSE 

rVr? , B R “ d ,jrvi V ^i! ' 43 5 Wichlcan street 
hour* 11 am. to ( p.m. waekdaji j 

v2wub«?’« Quebec SL Overlookine scenic S tt. U 
i bedroom *te. to new block, aii ,of Juan dc Fuca, the Clym- 
^ i P ic Mountains and beautiful 
and town. (To:. Victoria. Parkside location 

THE ARDMORE APTS. - 108i ■ 

i*akmgiin Strew Vary modern I cnmin ClinTfe 


i*akiJigtSn Strew Very modern I 
block on Iran*. Ctoae lo park and 
walking diatanre A town AU 
modem convenience* InrL «le»* 
tot t-BR ate. available a i *llu 


STUDIO SUITES 

Frum IM pat month 

1 BEDROOM SUITES 

CARLTON APTS. — 134 F.igiUmalij tnm (IB act nonih 

2-^EDROOM SUITES j 

atova and Mdg*. Heal, light and From DM oat aounl* 

SET" - ^ 1 nR t-eaturinu 

CaMDOKA APTS. — 1301 Pandora j * Large ba*t«d swimming auni 
Ave Aiiiacciw b*4-hnlor ete. On • Prlvata tamea* 
but line. All convenience*- Handy * T**u auiomaua ■levauea 
m i«n M« Large be- • carpeted aallwaya 

10 ujw ^ pwr _ _ • Eiacine rang* and raTnaaraior 

MAR.ILENA COURT —1SH I Be teh er > 4 . D1K;# vanity balha 
Ave. PartiaUy fumiahed baebalor . yve. oarking 
eta. [b modaca Work. Ground Door • Outdour bat hacnaa 
Handy to trmna. Nov 1 poa*. SB- • Shuffirhoard 
PARK LYON APARTMENTS - 1W : l!^,w« 

Ikatgla* *«« Aomher modern * -*».; 

aiwSmem. IU«r«iloB. iw« k* *»*»'■ d.tjvarod to individual, 
m* made. 1-BR. (LB- . ^ EVlsla « 

P R BROWN h SONS LIMITED 

7*3 Fort sue* 3653*33 inquire hboui the substan- . 

•----tial rental reductioni sv- 

cmnACRE TOWERS ailahle on leases. 


WAvTCH IT, 
PUN ta M MEAD! 


WATCH 

WKATf 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


^Satlg (Toloniaf 3£ 

_ Sunday, October 17, 196S 


IJlNGFORD 

GROCERY and DRY GOODS. 143 


• mSu ■ l*» APARTMINTS TO RENT 

C 2^* U ^ a caA^riiro.y. UNFURNISHED ( 


* Elacinc rang* and cagngaratai 

• 4-pirc* vanity balha 

* Fra* oarkuig 

* Outdour bai hacnaa 
■ ShufDcnoard 

* Dan drapaa aunpiled 

• 3 minute* to duwntowa 

• Mat: daUvarad to mdlvtouai 
act** 

• CABLE VISIOB 


Winning Contract 


133 HOUSI9 TO RENT I 
UNFURNISHED 

1 TWO BEDROOM HOME. AUTO; 
oil heai cn I acre between Sidney I 


141 MORTGAGE LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


Centrally located — a going concern ; 
f-ir man and wile operation or 
tiusIneMr* may ba porchaacd 
■rparalelv. Turnover could be 
greatly Increased. Ample parking 
IIV.IKB 

MIU, BAY 
SERVICE STATION 
APARTMENT MOTEL 

.Sew 1 - Bay Service St* lion wtih I 
Cafe— 36a6fl basement Door are* 
J« mllrn (mm Viotnn* at Important | 
Junction on Trana-Canada Highway. 
|1 block from good fiehlng. 

J48.500 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


NANAIMO APARTMENT 
CENTRAL LOCATION 

sttuabl# tor retirement. J8B4 n*« 
[(ban. Oft* u re <tx tumahad. 
wunc ll*t <X leiwnla. EaoaUant 
vweWment at 646 000 wtdi only 
S15.00U down. 

TRAILER COURT 
AND RENTALS 

Spadoia brana wl* remad m*te I 
cottage*, IS tmlkar atwoaa. aan- 
apenitad laundry. Over H09 per 
nxrtb prodiL Full pnoa SS 006 wl* 
taif down. 


■ ApaiQnent - type tnotrt. I floor* 

' nxjm tor exjmrtMlcm or * nice ^ „ 

retirement propwly „ ahowmg ^ 


oil £-4 “TiST bet--™ Sidney' 2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 

By HOWARD SCHENKEN «nd RICHARD L. FREY FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 

tRIlW'ir mil'/ acre* available toe amall addlticeiai 1 WITHOUT BONUS p r 


—-— "Vec lOT.- plua living accommoda 
uoti fur owner. 

^NS J27.000 


GOODACRE TOWERS aiiehl* on leases. 

350 and 360 Douglas Street CHARTER HOUSE 
loppoaiui Goodacre Lake) ^ Mlchi|ian street 

phone 385-8111 Phene 384 8923 

FEATURES! Eacliutv* g«** *l aaa ma 

• 3 *immhM 6°“* ® dagrea* NORTH WEST TRUST 

• Vanity Hathroum* 

• i ranch ProvonctaJ Kilcbana 

• Indivtdwal ThermoaUla ... . - .. — 

• txcallaot telaviaun 

1 S 'SS?£S^ m ~“ MONTREAL TRUST 

• All Modern Faamraa 

• Drape* aupgklad-tw o trac k* PHONE 386-2111 

BACHELOR SUITES 

__ OCtAB VIEW TERRACE, 37(7 

ONE and TWO-BEDROOM Eaiavaa. apaclaua daluxa Ibid- 


RENTED 


OCT. 15TH 


MONTREAL TRUST 
PHONE 386-2111 


One hadmaro Suilaa trom pM 

NORWOOD ARMS 


BRIDGE QUIZ 

We don't betieve in 
toying with oonven- 
1 tional bids just to see 
I wheels go round, but 
| the Lightnar * 1 a m 
i double is a must for 
I would-be experts. The 
convention operates 


with ix. i UU.-U/B Combination of 1 and 3 «ilh aktra 

Al a fully dtarloaed and roaacnabla *f rrag# affording room for evpan 


g- North 

Fart 

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13. Mount TotjBir. aami-aecludad 3- mtcr-au ooai chargaahl* only from 
, bed roan bom*. Auto oil MW hraL to* data of loan lo tha day ol 
vapirMa garaga. wockabop, SUE. payoff _ may Cm paid off anytime 


3. Ezaeaiiae or pc oA— ianai hc*n*. arlthotd penally. 


1845 Burdett 


wouia-oe experts. J ne p_,, t ^ 0 | 
convention operates 4 A 2 V J 10 6 4 3 

only when really big 0K8S *742 

swings are at stake Sfco«U Eaat doable? 


a*\ acre eg beautiful parkUica HIGHER PRICE for yuur aetxnd 
ground!. Si SO mortgage or agriaiuni. VICTORIA 

Immadtato r -■ - add UP-ELAND. Your dnoum a n g 

Ftwaac Biacw 3M-PU3. 750 Pandora. « “• .*W«alaed h* lmmadlat* aala 

___for caM wlltoad ohllgafloo or I will 

H C LAND RENTALS arrange a loan again*! tha dualism 

jaM AdmTrolT^oad^- fcbcirroqo. 'fTtl ^ ““" y ' u " 

Mttlng with vtowa. GcarkawHWng 
| naan ,4*23 . op«. IlrepUc. dimng 


witnma penally. »/vilflMr 1 mn A (Ainr-u guiiaa twnirn r*i 

1 CAN USUALLY OBTAIN A LAXJtVUNL, flllt A OVKftHEAD With PRIVATE 

HtGfiRR PRICE for yuur aeoxid BARGAIN? ENTRANCES STEADILY RENTED> 

mortgage or agiwamant. VICTORLa Mt _.. r . mu 1 . H tRii ha* betm RENOVATED. Living 

and UP-BLAND. Your dooumaM room, dining room and SPAdOI'I 

«J1 ha appralaed ta immadlato aala Stch« wl* FULL BASEMENT, 

“ “sus-rSJF or raL “ 

REFiNANriNf: a iPmilTV ca *« will handle. 


Pirn* 8K 4-2X11 or even SK 4-78T0 

OAK BAY 
REVENUE 

THREE - bedroom, LARGE (Utlrty 
home foe oamar plus TWO COM- 
PLETLY 3 and S-room SELF-CON¬ 
TAINED mllaa iwhich PAY ALL 
OVKftHEAD with PRIVATE 
ENTRANCES STEADILY RENTED > 


NEAft LAW COURTS 
Coma la and krowa* 


EV 4-4616 »nd we Btrongly ad- 

iRTt ‘ Vi “ J ^ U> * ° f lhlS »>• NortJt Eaat Stalk Vtat 

i tried-and-teated we a- i + 1ST Paaa 

??^L r T Iar 4 N.T. P.ta 4 N.t! P*m 

: nenships. All you have „ - 

- 1 to remetMfcer is that - . .. 

*uL dOU ^!^°' J? V ♦17**32 v 104 


d^Satad thrnurtHut Ou'lrt WLc^r CULF KLA N E«. SALT SPRING, 
aeccratad thrraignnut. C *1 nn-waur arr>Nrv cuiu/inciv mnirr 


SUITES 

Rental Hours 

l* am. «> a p.m. 

GQODACRE TOWERS 
350 and 360 Douglas Street 


BEOCLET MANOR 
548 DALLAS ROAD 

MOW OPEN 

1 Barium LMflng Ratal* 
Luxuruua Balhruum* 

1-hedrm suite* from J115 

3-oadrotai nil tea tnaa iJ*A 
Ail iwo-badruuia cultra Sava 
twa bathruunu 

Frutwuud Kltmea Cahioata 
Sail dafrtaUng frldgaa 
|g AuuaaaUc Ran*** 
THREE ELEVATORS 

Yaar-naind eoMroUad iwunmlaa 
pool and aaunaa. 
Cantaviatai 

Fm laundry tncij|a** 
Covered parking B 
opaa parkin* Fra# 
Cnlitaai lounge and Root 
Lounge wtth ohaarraui* deck 

ADULTS ORLY - NO PETS 

Waiter Thorne- 384-4832 

Mar agar bad Sola ***** 
WaatroU Rental* 


room autt* with double plumbing, 
wail to-nall car pita Tagman 
raid:*, frldg* and diatiwaaher. 


ROCKHEIGHTS VBLLu\ 
742 Lampson Street 

FEATURING 

■ Da luxe 2-bedroom auilm 


Private twinary Tha ultimate In * tat turning part. 


comfort and appointment* Ele- • Carpeted beltway* , What rrmaHtiOa. 

watar. 1335 per month. 3S3-54JI * Drape* aupphed wnai COfUlDtUU** «I 1 

UNIVERSITY GARDEN HOMES. * Carpaia to Uvtnf room and UltUSUBj lead iS R mat 

XiM Sheily, yoadnxxn dwaUing. maater bedroom for few luHrnwnt_hill 

near whortt. near ahopping. Wait.- "SinM thermoalal* IOr judgment—DUI 

ar and dryer ib even luit* Cable • AutonmUr riawato* B trUmp lead it IWVPT 

vrtion^ Avaiiahia Now. l 5a • nmjmitim aa« w«hln* unuaual, neither ii 

4EBWooo court U40 Newwpori- • Panoramic vim**. any suit the defender* 

irsr'EL-^^XJTto 75X2 ( have , bl 5 

Oak Bay baaefc. (135. am a i u iwdatww Ise of the slam double 


vrtion^Avaiiahia now. l aiii.sa. 
SHERWOOD COURT 1340 Newport- 


slam contract — other 
than an otnriou* sacri 
flee bid—asks part¬ 
ner to make an ‘'un¬ 
usual” opening lead. 
i What constitute* an 
unusual lead it a mat¬ 
ter for Judgment—but 
a trump lead Is never 
unusual, neither 1 ■ 
any suit the defenders 


0 0 2 ♦ A 0 10 

Shoald Eaat akaaklaf 

c. Faat Soalk Vea* Norik 

*7 4 0 Pa.* 4 N.T. 

Paaa *0 Paaa «0 

T 

Eaat koUM 

♦ 9KJ 10 I 4 S 3 I 

0i ♦ J 10 7 2 

Shod4 Eaat iaaklaf 


Pacific shoree net a*auw- 

3 oadna aata. tart* nn ai |tlE 

ML 

HIGH RISE parti www. naval* 
twaobadroor* nutoA every lurarj 
euawndanra. Rrnli (■* la HR 

MONTREAL TRUST 

tan tan at msiui 


OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


NORTH WEST TRUST 

t»ad>l Ranlal Agent* 

Phone 386-3534 
After hours, 382-4130 


ONLY A FEW 
SUITES LEFT 
IN THIS POPULAR BLOCE 
THE SENATOR 


lse of the slam double 

—invented by Theo- ♦ N«(k Eaat Stall 

dore Lightner of New * Y * * * ♦ 

York City — breaks ♦♦ p *“« ♦♦ 

down into two dBfMtrt- p,, “ * 

ments: (I) when to y®** kali* 
double (II) what to I’* yjt# 

lead when partner 0*4*82 e»71 

doubles. This QUIZ Vkat akaaM Vaat UadT 
examine* both opera¬ 
tions. a. Norik Faal Stalk 


_ healing and irpanir garage. Sell 

■ tat njntalnad auai <*■ gnmavt level, 

p „ aepareae healing and naranm lm- 

‘ media** oocupaacy nf boQi prera- 

Paaa l'*e. Tata rant (ITS 

564 Gorge It, ml WM Immediate. 
.' oadron iifl'ii' rtl froc*. elec¬ 
tric rong* aftnrtwd gwwg* MB 
>2 2 t knaita Rrato WM 

2 BEDROOM OILO-MATIC BUNGA- 
low. frig, Maw. hamwH and gar¬ 
age. Nice ate* Careta couple, wtih 
no chtldrao pieaee. |i 00 a month 
KV MU _ _ 

Norik ESQUIMAl.T AVAILABLE NOV. 1. 
. N T J bedroom., fuB band. (130 00 . 3117 
Greenwood. Contort Mr. E. Mai- 
4 0 Fartane. Office. I eland Itarw* Lid 
HUM. rea. 384-7*77 

nv* ROOMS, STUCCO BUNGA 
- _ _ _ low. Ml etov*. coal and wood tur 
kill nar y, Adu Ri ( g. EV 5-1MU. 

1 - BEDROOM HOUSE. KITCHEN 
■a* ranga (applied Rant (to. lilt 

• Karl Grry EV FTM _ 

_ 2*6 NANAIMO ST. J-BEDROOM 


SIDNEY. SHAWN1GAN. SOOKE, 
LANGFORD. MKTCHOS1N 

VACANT LAND AND 
I AND DEVELOPERS' 
LOANS ANYWHERE 

Plaaaa call Mr. Thom*a ag 

DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

EL7A Fort 8t 164-7139: re*, to!Art 
"Tha more wmauai tha loan ttw 
more likely I cm handle It" 


HIGH YIELD 
FOR YOUR CASH 
FIRST AND SECOND 
MORTGAGES 
SAFE AND SOUND 
INVESTMENTS 


PRICED LOW 

Became ol IHnm 
Rearcv Arm* Re«touram Lid Dun- 
nan. *48.500 with paid term* 

1 .1 rented tea- beer and wine. 200 ft. 
hwy. front 4 ■ nnen hnuae (com¬ 
pletely modern) Included. 


JAY ROGERS 384-0531 

Hager 4k Swwayna Ltd. 

SECOND KLONDIKE 


plelely modern) Included. Yaa. Uu* 2-ecr* piol. wltk 6W 

trontog* ta Trana-Canada High- 

ACREAGE, ISL. HIWY. TGS 

2 goer ngfal by tha door. TO. fnrtwr 


1300 **' r'rolf wllh frtatoga an three road*, baa 

LEN KNIGHT - antoid potential lar a drtv#-tf.. gro- 

RUTH THOMSON ZZJTSTt uSSTS. 

385-3435 ;arV and aalre. Juat 5 mtoatei from 

r. R. BROWN A SONS J™, * Counfry WH»»W h * v « 

Hi* tint commercial rental cample* 
- - on the Trane-C*Ji*it» Highway. W* 

, r a n a»e n beta you plan and 

TAX PROBLEMS? finance your arhefne. Price of 

NEED DEPRECIATION? £*'SC 

WILLS OF WHITTOMK*. SKA-AfTl 
have oia only uni qua m-ooertv J. H_ Whlttoma A Co. Limited 


TAX PROBl.EMS? 


5-BOOM DUPLEX FRIG. STOVE. | 


Biahon. REAL ESTATE and MORT¬ 
GAGE manager. 


I have oia only unique proper v 0. H. Whlttoma A Co. Limited 

ahowing guod, nfi ratama uai _ 

aitaliflei tor then Indlvwduala ,ir _ 

rorporrtiooa Me * M want HERE IT IS 

trwSatlta far h *tar purpnato*" TWi AT EAST—A REALLY GOOD OH* 

PS" 2?’’ apartman* and I adn Iota 

SS“ h. 22L B<iag ta oak Bay Ave. 

S' u -,e "" n *™** “™ d - ,Ml property hea 

tag an nenea return. lerrtDe potabtfittoa: coca buUdiai. 

•ervice garage, car anuh, apart- 
nmT-n,na mtat*. until *4c. The apartment 

SUPERIOR MOTEL at prevent ahem an approxlmil# 
profit o4 (3,000 pre anrann and pay* 


rtaae. Oil rarga. gang*, na law '■# BUY. BELL an] arreng* SAFE ZJ* . Ti j n mnm' ,^T, Z*L apartmant and 1 «di» lot* 

Rent Pica gun*. INVESTMENTS to riRST or UC 'SS. *** A v *' 

-- —r OI4D MORTGAGES. If you have Z. * how Garage coned, ltd* property hei 

LBEDROOM HOUSE. LIPPINCOTT rt»wv tar lnreatmenu wtth EX- “* “ nenm uf% Tatum. irrrtfic poealbtfittoa. dSce buUdiag, 

Rd_. rff Lindta RdL: (45 a mmh CELLENT retnmi ran Mr John aervice garage, car waah, apart- 


SUPERIOR MOTEL 


h"aitrtti <1 ^v H Ev'M?»l W HAGAR A SWAYNE LTD. rhl* I* a grid nugget A *»nun eapenaea of the enOre prtawrty 


JSS: S-T “ ANSWEM TO 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
LORD NELSON 
1915 Belmont Ave. 

'Between Pmnrtjr* and 
Row raady ta ocenjaney. Ytn rtll 
he delighted wtth the quirt are* at 
Sudacona Park- Cwa* la bua and j 


M OP—REGINA APTR rt Itojpna 
Awa Large ona-hadrom etolai 
Handy tocatton. 3 b id rrnm a (130. 
(*0 OO—DRYFTHURST «M Head 
* Modern, wrtl-fitted. 1 badroren 
aalto 

B30 08— DEVON COURT Ouaa to 

ruSivtrmffs^ 

(137.08—KOVAL NEWPORT. Spa 

awa nodal, aaa tdaw. (bad 

ratal iiuie. tot Ocl 

Call KVb-TlOT 

Mcara A Wbyt* 

Oaa Bey Realty Ltd 


Lars* roomy apartment*. 

• On traaaportalien 

• Elevator 

• Oak Boura. 

• Draw drapaa. 

• Cable TV 

• Dirart In door mall. 

• Air«mdIiioaad corrldara 
Many more taainrea. Apply rwitod 


P. R BROWN A SONS LTD 
ia Fart Street EV (j 


REGENT TOWERS 


a. North 

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9 J 10 0 7 

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?2> S. w'. - 5 Royal Jubilee Hoapital 

Elevator - Carpeted aalto - Urt-red irgTUBTNr.- 

Eiec rang* and tndge-Flrae auto- FEATURINU. 

mafic laundry-Wired TV-Individ- (-.* 1 ,,^., 

uai free Boat eonlnda- ReaidaDl Srtmmtae purt, t It raa rtlldrea a 
Carr Laker ptoygnamde mtkviduai haai cwwtrol. 

For further totormanen. rail prtvato paltoa, lanedry taliUlee. 
BRtoWH BRua. AGENCIES LID '■ ■« wmdowa 


2 Bedroom Suites 
2 Bedroom Suites 
Bachelor Suite* 
Rental enquiries from 
• a.m. to 0 p.m. daily. 
Phone 384-8923 


bridge quiz *; :: 

- Paaa. E«t defl- JJ' T ‘ Jj* 
nitely doe* not want A1 

We,t to make an "un- Tf™** 9 . „ 

usual ' 1 opening lead. 0 J J J .J” 

. There Is a chance to L* 1 * _ Vj, 

‘ ^ beat the alam if West ,Mt U *" 

makes a normal dia- 

tTO mond lead, since this *■ J" - 

EV(S4M may mtabllsh a dia- *T „ “ 11 

mond trick before de- “: 

Ra dam- c*tn f#t the p “* 

spade* going. How- Aa v , “ 

ever, the mort Hedy ■•••Wli* 


L Snath 

Vert 

North 

Faal 

14 

Paw 

1 N.T. 

Paaa 

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Paw 

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Paw 

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AO Paaa 





Wert ka!4aa 


way to promote a dia- «’* 

mond oporRnf i* to *^AJ *2 AK*; 
keep quiet; if We*t is •*“ li *<"» •••« 


north. Adult* only. EV 34737 

t ROOM OOTTAGE WITH UTIL I 
It. all heal and * replace, Cordova 

Bay are* BMM 

COTTAGE^OIL RANCE. FRIDGE. 

□pan (Iraniace. CRArtll 

SMALL - 1 BEDROOM HOUSE. B4i 
Fifth m. EV4 6M5 even* 

WATERFRONT. IS MILD TWO 
bedrnmi (H GR (1301. 


114 HOUIEk WANTED TO 
HINT 

If YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
ham* ww have reliable client* wait¬ 
ing to rest Pbta* Mr. Keen. Boor- 
man Inmwdmert Ca Lid.. 3SS73B 
TOR NOVEMBER 1—3 OR 3 BII> 
roomi. baacmart p retara d . rtl heal 
tap-185 a mmth. with or wtthoal 
apfian. EV 4-1374 anytime. 

WANTKD—IUDH008I HOME IN 
Royal Oak or Clamant (dirt 
o mrvs. GR n*n» 

2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW QUIET 

J0 M | k y baa 3 retired 

L'RGRNT— I OR"MORE nDROOHS 
law raw Vltarta Pr oa* Baa AM 


610 YATES ST. 

EV 4-0531 (ANYTIME) 


• TODAY'S BARGAINS'* 

I (4,060 lal martgage. THA, 
(® 34 per month Ayear term 
rau Invest (8.063. Landacaoe 

E»cd*n*r and naval po aa 


3 18 400 3nd mortgage THA. *54 

G r mnnlh, 5->r*r term. You 
veto 12. WB New bom*. Lx 
eallert covrnanL 

CALL DON HARVEY LTD. 

EV A6147 

"Mr. Mortgage to Victoria" 


or man and wife opartoian ahnw- pW further Infarmatkm. if* 

Ing aupartcr rerorea and to tha . ,, 1rit TM C ^X’ 

| heart of the efty No 'phene inf or ^ • M. JOHNSON 

| mktloo pleaie REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT! 

Gardner Agenctoa Ltd., IH-1441 


APARTMFNT^ 

COMMERCIAL BUDDINGS; w 

WAREHOUSING j ^P-AND-DOWN DUPLEX 
SUBDIVISION 1^ - n» 

PROPERTIES *"8 fndae. tlvtog rra . 1 hadrra. 8- 

COMMERCIAI. : £«* b * Ul ' ** 

PROPERTIES I P”*J : Lafx* iMrtra. »J^na*. 

i large, modern kite hea with gaa 
i iungc, s-ptoce bath. Rented ta f]5. 

wartv. esorata. lining* re, ... MpSi.? 


ol the above. *o come tn and talk i 
over your need* or problem* with 
no obUgaPrei. Can David McAdama EV 4-MU 
»1*. Tayta StUlai Ltd 6rt| . 
Broughlta *t. A. BE! 


K.rto 

D. raker 

EV 4-MU Raa. GR t«| 

A. BERNARD A CO. LTD. 


1135 Blaaefearg SL 
IVMm aayoma 


FAMILY AND ADULT BLOCE* 

For tatamattoa f- atom 

Mr. Bay. Bum 
NO PET* 
daemon Maelaia 


•‘PONDER02A 1 * ___ 

Large, Bright, New Apart- EXECUTIVE HOUSE 
ment* at 1184 Esquimau Rd 777 DOUGLAS STREET 
lotto- the Brtuunait Plaial VICTORIAS NEWEST CONCEPT 
I --- ,.ra. IN APARTMENT LIVING 

‘-“’toy lari* luutnt nnuihTrnVN 

individual heat eoaLrot dow ntown 

Vert Ian* A Badrooat. from -(U6 

Preaaurtsed balla Prnthoaaa aad Paathuuaa alfica 

Electric tutcaen.f 

WalMto—ail ar part-etfiowlb, 

Raaidacu caretaker. todlv, bnl curtruL CablaviakB. 

Cell end view the., en* or twa- Cofle# Mjta Raaiartniu. Baatoy 
bedroom uiii today. P“i-. .Barber. Bhon. .Doetore 

Bart* from M3H. ofBcm. Swimming Part aitag 

Kama — wtQ, fldi bOta ISClIlUaa 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD. TO VIEW BY APPOINTMENT 
1125 Rian*hard 81. ONLY by railing B lo w n Bro*. 


• am »„ a _ _ ,, ,_,, . ,,, Ln*afcirr-* un auni uaunuma 

a.m. to S p.m. dally. on tn* ball, he will | Low m vi<*rta pr**. Boa an 

Phoo* 3844923 reflect that Bajt could hav* doubted the Blackwood " 

r^rineiu. D-n..i a™.- fiv# hwirt bid M he had wanted a heart lead, and W NALLS, STOiH AND 
NoS WEST TRUS? w « t therefore lead the remaining unhid auit- OWIC B TO «INT 

717 Fort **■ b. Double. Left to himself, Weat will aurely laad ■* r m ro=r. 

RUDYANO E1PUNG APT. ^ ^ 

um Btaoa Dr. 12 tricks without touching cluba, eo it ia a fair gaznhte rtaM**). «uatoa tnesadad i«*n* 

Ma art flotat —w *, im*. artue an to double in th* expectation that the dub king 1* pi So*owr?C7*4 TJSf^rr-Sw rv*r 
^ dtanmy. Thera ia no doubt that Weat will lead a dub totrtjTtaUrt. tmmJEZTpSL 
mmrn uyirt on the double; this is dearly the moat unusual lead 3 (Wwmi am* aw — 

totortoaa la -badreaaD sale batoirta' CBn Ifl(K(. BROWN BROB RERTALfl 

ZVTZZ2*' c - DwiWe This time a much more speculative prop- aa. na y.i*. at fProwiekmi 

*• v.«w r — i —oaitiofi, since it merely tells Weat which suit not to iSS** SrSa*' *S** Kl n °n. 
err a (TEPflENaoN locted. lead—hearts- and leaves him to choose between the Jaw** 151^'. H«i*d‘ q ' 

*** rY*fitiT * two unbid suits. However, there la an excellent chance f 1 ”** c*n Brown Brea. Agmrte* 

- 11 ’ toA.nara " law - Wett wil1 cwn * U P with the dpaired spade lead a* J£ii» lV Vr7! ** furU “ r mtor 

it* Delia* Road ' fl * PFoh«hly holds enough spades himaelf to reallxe one room buildwo buitabi.h 


\«IY TAKE LESS? GOOD SHEPHERD 4 aiL^SSmSKTsomu 

_ ** ,^*/ T SHELTER APARTMENT ZONED 

FACE VALUE -good sea view nixm tor approtomatxlt 

MORTGAGES AND hith^goco ttSom^mOomn tw&strbkt^ehtry 

AGREEMENTSIFOR SALE! ASSESSES. 

wl ’ il DRTVE-1N GARAGE. ALSO IN- time aa you ar* raedy to build neve 

NO DISCOUNTING CLUDED IS A 7-STALL BARN IN apertment. Only (15.800 Pbaa* — 

none CONDITION WITH ATTEND MR. E. ROT HHJS EV 4 3338 
Writ, fun w Af,TS LIVING QUARTERS AT A. BERNARD to CO. LTD 

Wrila tUIIMall* to firto T ACHED AND IS EQUIPPED W8 FORT STREET EV 4-MIS 

w ’' “ WITH SEPARATE PLUMBING 

PO. BOX 211, PLUS 3-ROOM HOUSE WITH NEW —— 

VANCOUVER L It SEPTIC TANK. AND PLUMBING FISH AND CHIPS 

FIETCNRI BUT NEEDS RENO rwrvPM 

----‘vanrai. OWNERS HAVE pur FRIED CHICKEN 


ESQUIMALT 
4 *K LF-CONTAINED flUITMl 
APARTMENT ZONED 

ROOM FOR APPROXIMATILY 
36 SUITES 
100% PARKING 
TWO-STREET ENTRY 


Exclusive Rental Agent* 
NORTH WEST TRUST 
717 Fort SL 


RUDYARO KIPLING APT. 

Mrt Bear* Dr. 


NO DISCOUNTING 

Writ* full detalla to Bret 

reply ta 

PO. BOX 211, 
VANCOUVER I K 


reortttairt area, pan*lad (rival• | VANCOUVER L K SEPTIC TANK. AND PLUMBING FISH AND CHIPS 

MBn*. total BS aa. ft. (Bore If FIXTURE! BUT NEEDS RENfw v-v-.c-rv 

Wtorta^). INUBtoa tarttaa*. laai- 1 J " _ - ‘YATKBI. OWNERS HAVE PUR FRIED CHICKEN 

toae* Krtdng artli lli (138 WHY PAT TWO MORTGAGES CBAJKD OTHER PROPBRTT AND . 

MB Otormry ( ran around tor. "ban ana erlH dot Raflnanca. lacond CAN GIVE QUICK POSSESSION A K * r *>* Mowing a tom 

BWBtoa torhaled Imroatola pvrk mortgage agreement* ta aau oono INVESTMENT CIPPORTUN Orrtil, good loraiIon, Man and wit# 

■S- | rorebaaed. Maataum amntota mth ITY PRONE CLIFF ANDERSON "b'rolkto. Bnataeto aad aqUrtnent 

m On talar i to Mrert (Mart 1 totoimum dal.). Call MABrt OR 4T7 3M4 *Jy 


lg ccaicarn Miowtrg a idra 
good I oral ion Mao and wit# 


BROWN BROS. RENTALS 
1121 Tele* SL fPratovekeial 
Srlmea Bldg). Ground floor 
nStra aprtta. 3S* ag. ft 
Juuta tore Ire. Healed. 


i Badrouto. from ....tui ^^itotaf^taS 1 ' he probably holi 

51 T~ “* ° mc ' ^ to. ta ata to. Vta. rt the that Eteat I* void 

*.u-tto-ad - tart*-. ia.'sas, zs^Tca d - A d ^°« i 

todlv, beat ctafrrt Cabtovrtaa. nj-toail ww ^5 aEBinst leadlnfr C 


TOWN A COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD. 
MORTGAGE DEPT. 

EV 2-T7T6 

MORTGAGES 


W-atrt OR «7 6«M 

REVENUE 

FAIRFIELD 

' ( Srlf-ct-nlalned eutte*. • rveant 
Ivan bathe ta Owner Jtjet redured 
to only (31 ABB with tame. 

I FAIRFIELD 


for mail boHnsW Ataitobte lro-1 It-al4vnllal ComraarrlaJ and Fanr' fV “, “ - J* 3* SUITES 


LEN KNIGHT 

P. R. Brcava A Son* LI* 

FAIRFIELD 
MODERN BUILDING 
CLOSE IN 


EV 8*771 aniUm*. 


ONLY by rallto* Bnam Broa. 
Ageortta Ltd . 1128 atonetard H 
EV Earn aoytlma 


CHILDREN WELCOME (mkview apt - ms amdn 


the fiAt. With five diamonds in West's hand, It 1 b 
likely that Eaat has doubted on a diamond void. 

e. A diamond. This time th* double warns *ain*t 
leading the unbid hearts because that would be a nor¬ 
mal lead without the double. In choosing between 
dummy'* two suits, it Is usually correct to lead the 


MUOMAL 1DANI 


DESIGNED ta tomtu**: 

k'w iwi iau kiUrhfl^ nom. 

Individual wmahai and dryrt. 6* Artltahto 

Culur-Ulad bathroom* MORRJSOM APT. - 

Colored Stave end fridge. tags l-hai 

Drapaa. Vmeftoa btkrte badfroom 

Ample *tor*g4 Parkin*. linnieitalTt 

3 and Abrdraom bamaa ... 

Large pool add ptaiBround. °® 

Ar.npgOBg PI***. 

ftonooto and buaea tooa* w iai 

»Yom (130. taludbrt healta* *“ 

and ho4 waior (73 par m 

Sorry—N« 0*4* Ctatoi 

BURNSIDE GARDENS *** *4^ 

Burn* I da and Tllllcwn 

Phone I84-IK84- 

TWIN HOLLY APTS. NEW Dl 

476 LAMPSON ST. 

Ore •» 

1 Bnlruami. from .Two Ba 

8 Bedroomi. frum . ......... (140 

K><ident Caretaker All L*i« 

Individual Hrat Control Gr 

Auiomauc Qvani 

Vanliy Ralhraonu 1341 Hfl. 

Aultatotie Laundry iryantoa 

Pull Dr• pei oo all window* v 

Take th* ttma lo vtolt tM* mw Cxrtta 

lovely ip™ apartmral baiMuig 
rtiualed opp. Ih* torooue Old# Eng 1 r* 1 

land Lno. The ultimata to family and Into 

living m (taramir 

BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD.-- 

UM Dane hard St. I'MVKRAir 

EV8*m anytime LNIVERStT 

CITY TRUST L*rga. aw 

383-4141 or 383-2523 irov. fr 

ON THE SEA BY BEAUTIFUL 
WILOWS PARK A LARGE. ONE 
RKDROOM APARTiUiNT NEAR 
Bl S A.ND SHOPPING WELL 
WORTH YOUR INSPECTION AP 
PLY a m BEACH DRIV E _ 

Three” room* with privet* Min end D , 

tint weisr healing Cloa* lo rnv, j 

t veil re. AvaJobl* Nov. 1 tart MD 

Pbune carottaer. EV 34501. 

Swuirrtoe. Slewarl w*rk Ud. M nsn 

Rrnlai Agent*_EV 3--!4»1 MU.Y I 

AVAILABLE N0VEM8F.R 1 - UN 1061 Fort 
lurnlrta* kwaar and upper, clean, 
rhrery eultc* Haat, water and llgnt.- 


ss^r„t stjssl; ™ 


ALBERTA MOSTGAGB 
EXCHANGE LTD. 

UM Govern ten ML 
3(71 Kvaa 477 3 


mall. Excrttorl Income, gond 
ranmodafirti for owner Aaktng 
1 v NT mo TV| view l hew perev 
tin* cmll Jerk Brown, EV 4-4971 

rv or M4-M34. 

PBMBCRTIW4 HOLMES LTD. 


ROYAL TRUST 

j REAL ESTATE SALES DEPT 

Jl unlt m 

WATERFRONT No vacai 

1 # lovely IU)Ira plu* Arm bungalow 13 


Groai Income Approv. IM BOB 

full price can 
162,000 DOWN 

TRADES CONSIDERED 

J. Mean 

Mean to Whyt* Oak Bay Raaltf 

Ltd. 

EV 87707 anytime 

, TIP-TOP 
CONDITION * 

31-unit mrtrl plua owner* reeldmra. 
Na vacancy. Running in capacity. 


Prtea *U5,m0 trlto lrartr 


ftoly 13 minute* to Clly centra. 
Over two acre* of land Waterfront 
overlooking Eufulmali hafbor. Fully 
equipped Quick paiaaaaian. Price 
(M.OOfr term*. See it—compare tt. 


P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. |Pta# to mctmlng echnra# end Juat phone BILL SQUI 


EV 541741 or R**. EV 7-3 
waatern laeurlDaa Ltd. 


A a. OOLX*. EVES 113 (7(3 


. . . n—. rtt. cabtovtrtto tart— free 1 uic uuu 

IER A STEPHENSON LOOTYD Star. *Slw"dU» TLS t0 Wln * trtck 

BO Brougham to. (TO aT« i Atomri. tal g.^Li '* Ball- 


FlrM mortgage* aeaOabia tgi to any ROYAL TRUST '-tanaed cafe tn good leraBon with 
amount at cuftrtg toll rial ret*a. I** ” 1 _ 1 n . , 1 rood >ea r-rouod buomeia frvoma 


OAKMONT COURT 
NEW DE LUXE SUITES 

Ont-Bedronm from ■*' 

Tom Bedroom* fnan *t£B 

All Leloai Appjninvrta ta 
Grartoua Living 


IK 4*11 ,i M diiy increasing brt dua to family 
r aaama owner ha* to acll. Coni Id- 

--eraBcn will ba given to all type* ol 

.AND'3 trade*-land, property, mortgagee, 
»m e m enu or even caah, 

1 P* Mr. Fltulmmnna or Mr. Wattato 

iLOCK MS-«U 


Grtrtoua Living L * • ONI MANY ST — 3 BR m.i. 

1341 HILLSIDE AVENUE ffa yamTSS A nmcae ave. — avau ake SSJS 

'Comrtort- Noeemtoar IM WtJ i^£2-n*3totohli^ta5^ »* Crtvilla Rd. - Small 8 


ExrtuMv* RertM Aganu 

THE B C. LAND 

and lnannoa Agtotoy Ltd. 

«B Government Sfroat_IrtSM* 

UNIVERSITY CARDEN HOMES 

Large, eoundproeg family milta 
3 or I to droome— Family h»ra¬ 
il ore frig, waaber 8 dryer. 

far pole and playgrotada 

Hot water and beat Incl. 
Near rholi — Stare*. 
Sunder**—Inner pallaa 
YoungMawn kitchen. 

Small pat* allowed. 

Doubt* plumbing. 

Di-apaa provided. 

334* Shelley. 

Evsea*. 


w AGENCIES LTD VANCOUVER ISLAND'S t r * li ** Und . property, mortgagee, 

*1 nnnroio v Al**.P»Ld*-a LIU. agreement, or even caab. 

*1 <000,000 L138 81*tabard SL EV 8*771, BEST 21-SUITE Mr. Fltralmmcm. nr Mr. Watto*. 

____ APARTMENT BLOCK ms-mu 

-.K VoU SOLD ^tHjR HOME K, ch gppro,. m ft. Ruin KER A STEPHENSON LTD, 

iWe don't mind a few xera.) SU STLff rS - 

- SF.SLSi *JS1 "SSfS? SSSTre^rt’*^^ E * ATTENTION, 

nxtHa?^Srt^artd^naITSta , to 9 ?i • ua - aoa INVESTORS ! - 

!* evTsSh^J - 122^* —- pban ^ Subetontlal down payment required m ig-Bdie anortmert 

Th* Ajaarlatra make loan*, big alto *>k for J. D. SMITIL vrbo 

8 amall. neromto and hualn... Huai ■v.llrtd. ta you. Notttotan, " 1c ‘° n ‘ y " A K '"' "* n „«*.. *»■ 


ATTENTION, 
INVESTORS ! 


M“E r< &»itaJS r to ("t'lgrt 1 BLOCK SEA AND PARK 
*>2 7441 Fhaancla, Simvey FIVE 2-BEDROOM SUITES 

Ltd. 

Sn Nwv '- TtV v ' rvair ' nu unre You will get a »«<d return <* your 
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORT , rmrJ •* 501 Tbla to not a cno- 

gagar*. quick docltoooa. also agree vwrma _ stmxo. tod water heat, 

menu and mortgage* purOioaed ta wnrea ato frtdgr* kxSitord gin.fri! 
caab Be* u. tor top price. will hortole. or owner will conetder 

A BERNARD to CO. LTD. iradev, or mtgr nance Ideal foe 

t» Fori Street EV 4 4S33 owner to five tn Thli to a brand 

—T——-rr- ---- new Hating and rxrluaive with Jim 

142 WANTID TO BORtOW Ranoon o« ISLAND HOMES LTD, 

---- 3M-29M 4788*10. 

V*% WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION -- 

ne worry? Victoria Martgage 8 year I^ONG ESTABLISHED 


or idles EV3-U4& Victoria Realty 

Limited. 

$13,850 
BY OWNER 

4-adta apartmert. 

Over tz. onn not prtdit yearly. 


/E 2-BEDROOM SUITES ^ 

, wiu gel a ■>«! retwn on your 1276-78 CENTRE ROAD 
wy at *6.501 Tbl. to not a ron- For tather totamattai 

ami. aucco. hot water heat, (ta| D Slldcb 

nr tad frtdgr* toditoed. Bn.am 
handle, or owner will _ con*Ider Joosjnu 

S' SfTto’fbrert DUPLEX INVESTMENT - 

Htang end eerlutovr wllti Jim e 1n (Wl 

won of ISLAND HOMES LTD , , *1U,31AJ 

2986 4788*10. Eepulmalt dUtrict. rrcertty mod- 

LONG 1ESTABLISHED SSto'rtto'hS 


UPFORlUNIIIIi ho#m«ti£. •utom^Mr hn»Jlng, New 4a lun toiftniaL ri. 

COMMERCIAL BUYING fSte^'(.^«^te"%J5® £%. *2 

(Oflaral. __ re* 

ErcepUonal oppnrUmlly la own your Ml * ?**' .**•.**** J. M. 


Financial Survey Ltd. 

SOUND INVESTMENT 
4 STORES, 5 STES. UP 


J. M. JOHNSON 

DEVELOPMENT* 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD.. 
_5 68-1445 _ 

COMMERCIAL BtTLDING 
1 STOREYS 


Northweetern SeeurHIei Lid. Comer loratlOO <tn elly). Sep. Nr * r Dougtei SL B Wocki to cMa 

apartmpnt Mirv-v meter*. Medium low renii Building c 7 T ! > f r ' *7'* 10*'. 

™ , HLOCK In good condition New oil furoac? A'Wn* M.om. (Offer. Invited, 

84SOOO bklflleld. stk aullee and wtring and rapper piping Elee. _Mr C. J. Harrington. PH. 

garage. ExceUent rental area tot lt0V ei and fridge*. WIU .tow 10 * IVJ ™- «*. EV 1-5848 
full 'xv-upaney. Attract v* revenue , n ve«m»nt at aaktng price of Harry Fotoer Ltd., arts agent a 
producer, cloee to ahopping and bua moot, Term. - - --- 

J “ T S’* or - KV4-S30*. SITUATIONS 

no owl 8 an on, from Fr*a M*rcotu aVM m or 1 anH 

EV 83541 NOW _ 1 _ mjnefrma. craaU a real bareata. In 

MARCONI REALTY CM VIEW "INVEST $500 DOWN’* talari" M? rt*SSi 

U-SUTTE APARTMENT "DUPLEX $6950" SUSd* Sff^JLS. 1 *5 

*wrt n *a vniuTv ctiwoa pncA <£ mnoo. Tmni of 

TM- lJLaiitii ABAvltviAni wnditton. mpper plrnt**, ««"•. CMmct C.. MajWII or J* 

^. h n,f^.^«rK ssa G — r 

SS-S WTiJSSS tjS AST apartment'site 


Clnae la eky centre Stows Ifl-t an 


-— .-„ ... ca-A.PARK APARTMENTS NOV. 1ST. 1- OR J-BEDHOOM Proepecl Lake water frort i in I o m - rxceiimi rrvurn. rarairo in mi M Jobneton EV 8(7*4 GR h-1965 APAKIMLW1 Silt, 

J BEDROOM. SELF-CONTAINED . ^E* PARK APARTMENTS flonf 0|<J#r Wo ,jp ^ 5 . 7777 , mght and V? * pm WELL SECURED FTRRT AND prim# ralrfletd are* (150 (TO. „ ‘ _ . u 

ft 1 "*' .;i rr T., and a °“ ta tat^eito ^S^Aru^iatle totadry caapl. Nc object*® ta Slamem eat. wrekrnda 478*1(1. I - BEDROOM COTTAGE. (80 A “**"<1 mortgaifr. for -ale. from a Hjron Prk*. 1K4 Quadfa. EV 82455 ^arke A Wallace Realty Ltd. Ow ia 1B "* *" 

'-v,? S& “““• •“*> T - «■ .. ? redroom L..WD. —wwa ™!J srX.“ SSTSt-Sfa? & * sc »v,™-™ dry^leandig*plant" B^rSSSarffi- ssa 

IART.I" I'PPER "MVTTT 3 RFD- ENGLISH LADY REQUIRES with dork and twlmmlng tacllUlee. --- ZZZ- Bradley it Title Holding. Limited. Available now Minimum InvMt LJKY LT.fcAINUNLj rLeA>>l EV4W1R, EV 4-2498. C. N. 5!aof- 

romrii Call GR 81(11 6a y a amalL leN contained fumiahed lVmta from downtown. MS AdulU 667 GLADIOf.A. 5 RK33ROOMR Vicineta. 368 7975 or write 1175 Cook Take over tbl. modern plant. Same **“* Co - _ _ 

EV8OT7 aftar 7 apartment tor rtnWF mrenha. Oak only. M5-T777. night, and wrek vert art rot furnace us pm St reel V .5jSS wo. and kvrtU.m ta 50 year. DOUBLF BUILDLNG AND PROP- 

1 ARGE 'T B^O O*r(UrrE-NEW *V8«3._. rJ. G8r« _ "_mnn.b. K-S5B. MONEY FOR FIRKT AND SEC- 

btork Cable vl.lnoNear Pari lament A ignaTlI ad rea put you • WATERFRONT 1* MILES, TWO 1 BEDROOM HOUSE FOIL RENT and martgage*. Qtacft deaaona. *1 writ here Call F.V fktlH or Charll* Savage SSS 8794, EV 4-44S7. Varied tortnerenmrttatty Prln- 

B^dlngBfrUlT oSabta m »I 8 «B a brtaT be*Sna (• GR 81 ML Fernword ditorh-t. EV 26(04. 465-OIL wnl* to P.O^nx 427. Viotona. B C- Oark* to Wallac# Realty ctpaia only. GR 829,( afl-r t p m 












34 Bailji (Tnlmilirt 

Sunday, October 17, 1965' 


145 


BUSINESS 

OMOKTUNITIK 


CHOICE 
COMMERCIAL 
DEVELOPMENT SITES 

1 CENTRAL AND ACCESSIBLE 
Located belueen DOUGLAS •nit 
PLAN SHARD main arresa mule* 


145 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


SACRIFICE 

SALE 

GRAND REVENUE 
PROPERTY 
PEMBERTON RD. 


U9 LISTINGS WANTEO ISO HOUSES FOR SALl 11SO HOUSES FOR SAL1 ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SAil 150 HOUSES FOR SALE 150 HOUSES FOR SAlf 


HAGAR 4 SWAYNE LTD 

_ EV 4-0331 

MrmO#r oTite Real Estate' toted Member <4 the Real Etaaie Board 


THINKING Or SELLING? 

Why not in me aell your horn* HAGAR ft SWA\NE LTD 
I More IM btatdsy a***c run 11 «4 Y*jaa Street EV 4-06J1: ■>* >«** street 

] have many dlnU and I deeper 
ately need your Hating*. 

. ANNE STACEY SM GUM 
Cokely Rome Sale*, 3*53231. 

ARi 


h< 


Open tn nffen, 

531,900 


Thi * Mly furni,hed "sirfencc 
oiher hnidLnjt two uuibie »«je - ] i;i producing a net of S600 per 
month and has been reduced 
to sell at $32,500. Easy terms 
or trade. 


$700 DOWN 
$78 MONTH 
ONLY $7800 
ESQUIMALT 


YOU KED UP- TRYING TO 
>r!l your tnuee end getting no re 
eulte? 3bq> warning time — let uj 
analyse whet le wrung end get Awn 
to the butanes* at celling your hnuae 
now. Celt Jerk Kme A.R-I 1 4-Bedroom home neer Nava! Bar 
471-55*1, MS-2458. Byrtm Price. 1A141 rack* Oil apor* heeler and rang* 
quadra I included. Pert harememl, furnace 

tnstailetlan KM complete 


JOHN DEAN PARK 
>, ACRE—SEA VIEW 
LOVELY, MODERN 


J. H. 

WHITTOME 
ft CO. LIMITED 

ESTD. ISM 

Vlctoria-Dunaln-Chemalnua 
70g FORT STREET 


J.-H. 

WHITTOME 
<fe CO. LIMITED 

ESTD 1898 

Victoria Durt-en-OiemelmJi 
Jit PORT STREET 


k 


An IDEAL HOME tor • PERFEC V.L.A. QUALIFICATIONS I LOW 


WHY WASTE YOUR VALUABLE 
tlmeT Far prompt str-tae* lift your 
property hr sola with E. E Heeth 
Rgelty. S3S Yetee Street 


$ DOUG IAS ST. 150 FT. FRONT 
age. Three Quarter* of an acre., 
clrae to r||y boundary. Make lure 
til lhla before It goe* to eomeone 
•iae. 

540,000 

5 CENTRAL ENTERTAINMENT 
AREA r 

Solidly built older cinema building 
rai YATES STREET Eaaily con- 
vertlbie in CABARET - CAFE 
Thi i is local ad do*# to CITY 
OWNED parking and U a nature! 
for dine and danr* or tourtil 
entertainment development. Rea 
litUcelly priced at auaaatd CITY 
valuation and open to often. 

565,000 

4 DOUGLAS STREET. 

M0 FT. FRONTAGE 
Beet buy In the CITY for thli 
type of property. About lb acre* 
with arreei aim on rear atreet. 
Depth of lot below nouglai street 
level provide* at leaat double the 
area of the ilte. equivalent to 

K ite of LES8 THAN C PER 

xrr. 

5125,000 

J H Ford A L. Wagner 

EV 4 1843 GR 7 2*9 

EV S-MJ1 anytime 

KKR 4 STEPHENSON LTD. 


Call N. Hyde 
EV 2-9145- Business 
1 479-Ifi62— Residence 

VICTORIA REALTY LTD. 


1 'CR FAST SALES LIST WITH 
DALBY A CO.. 10a0 BLANSHARD. 
EV 5<24L 


ISO HOUSFS FOR SALl 


ARE YOU 

looking he a corner grocery and 
ounfecLnstery etore* Not 1 too large, 
goo* clean alack and equipment 
Ideal for retired couple Phone 
RILL SQUIRES, EV 54741 anytime. 
I Northwestern Securitire Ltd 


ATTRACTIVE 
APARTMENT MANOR 

UNIQUE IN DESIGN 
WELL 

CONSTRUCTED 
WELL LOCATED 

APPROXIMATELY 
10.6% ON INITIAL 
INVESTMENT OF 
5125,000. 

FOR FURTHER 
PARTICULARS AND 
VIEWING. PLEASE 
CONTACT A. S. 
POWELL, HAGAR * 
SWAYNE LTD. 

31 ANYTIME. 


JAMES BAY 
3 SUITES 

Modem Triplex not a convection. 
In aa earelienl location Each aunt 
baa a living room, 1 bedroom, eahl 
net kftrben wlih electric range and 
Mg. and Pembroke bat broom 
TenaHa pay mm heat. Meta data 
»■ 10%. Erica til 800 00 

JAMES BAY 

ZONED LIGHT INDUSTRY 

7 room older boon aa KtagBLae 
btreel oppnalta McKay - Carmack 
Wupyarfis. Side lane PrW-e |7 ,*sim. 
Cak Mr. Hope. MB II anytime. 
1C. Lead A Ineuraaca 
MS Gotaramaft It. 


WAREHOUSE DISTRICT 

Crantarubte 4nm bourn In 
true valuable area—dlraclly 
benrad Hoang) a Zoned fog 
uara hnwmg o» light J n- 
duetry—ce the bourn ran be 
rented. A mug now—Ttaroor- 
b" a prtcaa am <agy be 
Higher. 

ruu price tu rn 

MRS. A. NICHOL, 652-2090 
MRS. J. WALDRON^479-7360 

Odong Hone Sale* lid. 

Mtaau. 


4 STAR MOTEL 
Nearly 3 Acrea 
Excellent Expansion 
Possibility 

Tiki modern and newly equipped 
ten-unit operatfoa abowa a very gud 
return aa now operated. IT COULD 
BE EXPANDED TO TWO OR 
THREE TIMES PRESENT SIZE BY 
AN ENERGETIC OWNER AND 
ALSO HAS TRAILER PARK POS¬ 
SIBILITIES. WtaJ located, came U 
N ghaay 1 with good year-ramd rtj- 
en'ele and nramnawifing top rata* 
I' II worth your toned km uoa F.P 
KAROO. about one-third down and 
will 'a he aoraa paper. BOX TYSON 
3. H WMtbme A Co. Ltd. 14*4771 


APARTMENT BLOCK 
6 SUITES* 

Juta 7 yean old and eaneMlng at 
four 3-bedroom aaiaa and two 1- 
bedrom suite*. Fully equipped with 
fudges and image* Tbia building la 
la mmoridaia cmdKMXi througlaail 
and he* an mitral NO VACANCY 
record Ckw to atom and trans¬ 
portation and IXCLUSIVILY 
usm at 

549,500 

Ur. Clara Belcher 
KViSB Ree. EV33S4I 

A. BERNARD A CO. LTD. 


BODY SHOT 
Built-in 

toll ra 




FOR RENT OR 
epray booth with 
Without EV 4-40*1. 


144 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES WANTED 


REQUIRE 

A 

BUYER? 

our advisory tervlce !i your* for 
the ailcing. Setting the price require! 
■ perlal knowledge and sailing pro 
redurea muil be rare fully planned 
If the hlgheit price In the ahorteet 
time ti to be achieved. II you 
require a buyer lor yeur bualreu 
or inveitmem property call May fair 
—To Be Sure! 

L. X. KMt 

Mayfair Realty Lid. rv MR 


APARTMENT WANTED 

I to • sui Lee not over X yean old 

Good locatkrv. Modem. Have cbm 
with all cash. 

Fred McLaughlin KV 2-43BI 
RI that Aganrira Ud. 


CONSCIENTIOUS. HONEST. AM 
tiluoua experienced lady would like 
partnenhlp in amall. paying bual 
nr* l with gentleman aromd 4* . 
could be working partner IlFH 


INVESTOR WANTS NEW APART 
mob block. to*n. aaceUeeM 

covenant principal* only, 
EV5MII 


Boon. 


WANTED. 
ODOOD da 
EV *MM. 


NEWER APARTMENT, 
nv Byron Prtce, phone 
1B14 Qimdra. 


147 


EXCHANGE RIAL 
ESTATE 


TRADE 

MORTGAGE 

Hava you a amall. ae-ha a emeol 
hme iunable tor labial purpaaeaf 
Preferably with a clear title nr 
near In It and do you bead a larger 
home? Thla 3-bedroom. I year old 
home la gleaming throughout and 
featuree an extra large bedroom ie 
be l amer* plug • rumpus room w 
TV. area. Beautiful Urge lot Pay 
~3, InrJudlaq taaae. 

FULL PRICE 513.900 

CT we will aag if with a raaamNa 
darn paymant Cbil Mrs V. Roberta. 
EV 2-KU? or EV 3 ML Nrwatead 
Realty LM 


DUPLEX - TRADE 
Thli up and down 4W> has Large 
apart oua rooms, will two hear main 
on main and ene oa uppar. New 
all fimee. Lore lad eloae tn all 
arrrtrea. Wonderfig reiura. Try 
vour dam gaytnani at trade ear 
beat, properly, trailer. Call A. X 
WUI1* 

Towa A Country Really Ltd. 

Mg 7774 EVMtH 


WE SPECIAUZE IN EXCHANGES 
on all types of remmmeial pr o p e r 
Uea and toaatmeiiii 

V. J. W1LBOB 

m GordoD St. EV (Ml 


VICTORIA CORSTKUCnOH LTD. 




Ur. Jane* EV AMIS 
33M hr Ml perfleular* 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 

LTD. 

7121 B 1 author* 1 treat 
XV >1771 Day ar Nicbt 

BUY ACREAGE 
5.8 Acres—4 Room House 

An older home In mccellenl rood! 
boo. Living rto . Mmlly kltchn. * 
pre bathroom pin* 3 bedroom*, full 
haaemwil. Set on toely SI acre 
lot Excellent land with *17 T on 
BMdunaop HA, Sid R- on ML Data 
laa Croaaraad Partly treed Genii* 
Hope to amah. Kin.008 down, bal¬ 
ance KIM per month. Full price 
*27.500. Call Mr* Pearce. XV 5*771 
anytime or lt«*. EV 8-M08. 

MAKE AN OFFER 
535 ROSERIDGE 
4 BEDROOMS 
MOVE IN NOW 

Braids* tba 4 large bedrooms and 
Apes, bathroom upatalra. there la 
aim Jkrll living rm with raised 
hrartb nreplace. Oak Boor* Set 
15*15 dining rm. apac. family kit 
chen. Plumbed tor weahef end 
dryer. Aim Acre bathroom. Full 
beosmenl. OOM heal. On a large 
lot. Dead ml atreet. Only I yean 
old Asking 08.710 but make an 
oner. Call Cee Pearce EV »gm 
aiytiiiM. 

I'VE FOUND ANOTHER 
ONE!! 

FAIRFIELD ^ 

OFF FOUL BAY ROAD 

B potrtaa modern ft-rarm bungalow 
Lmm at LR, Roman nrepMce. Oak 
DR 18*11, 3 mod was bed 
Mac let. Full bawnt U1 
beat Cable vision Full price with 
term* K2.1BO. Cali atuart Crack 
may, laytime. XV AfTTL 


$12,950 
5% N.H.A. 
MORTGAGE 

A very aluacMve and well plannrd 
three bad mam home In a vary 
chalet area. Tbla horn* eenaltla of 
•roram ball, apackaj* L - moped 
living room and dining roam. Can 

vnuent Ml. with eahng area and 
uUHty room off: Eve* levelv bed 
rooma, 4-ptece bathroom. Carpcet 
all HA baaiing UVUat Until, 0>i 
MACULATE OONDITtON tonnh 
out A raai buy ai the amine price 
of *2.881 EXCLUmVELBrnilG 
Pica at uk fra Mr. Law tog. 
EVSM71 anytime. 


Try Your Down Payment 
$16,400 

THREE BEDROOMS 

i Family borne tuw gig yean aid 
I of cathedral anbranre 
la 15 wl DA with fra 
tom and raised hearth 
walk* HOk door* from OR to 
mmdmck. Oak. bit. Draa baWtkomi. 
full high hgggaattil Carport AaMtig 
raaaonahla do* 
mark gig MB. Plena* aa* 
atweg, EVKEm anytime. 

FAMILY HOME 
$1500 DOWN 

Hera It <aaa of Ei— wdrr MmSy 
hranea that has been wall cared 
lar: rnn e wiwg <rf nbtrmbM aekrrawa 
ball, large living mem was dining 
room With beam rrkm ami Bea 
•rated by h>m aiidbog door*: eak. 
Ml. wtta aunty no <gf 


1 OdUBKlAL Moaw VACANT 
lot* M. Vaaauwr BUJOi rtaae 
this. Trade plus og • r vUab 

888-78U BI 8 W. 


l-BEDROOM BUNGALOW — MI 
beat, begat Wbat offarat EV M4R 


149 LtSTINSS WANT ID 


INVESTORS 

1*008 

Really pad brans fra rental pin p w*. 
3 bedroom, no basement. SpaUeu 
condition <n and out- Good location. 
Move, fridge and apnea beater In 
duded. 

SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX 
*0.860 

g norma aarti wde. Fug bajemanf. 
Ckee Uk artaord*. Mv-vpaig and ku. 
Ud 88 X158. fenced. One aide ranted 
Mr KSO. p. m. 

fred McLaughlin 

EV 3-4381 

Rllhet Aganrtti Ltd. 


Self-Contained 
TRIPLEX 
ExceUmt Location 


Fldly tanaotad — two I 
aullaa and ooa 3-hadroom auHe. All 
Wit-contained wah asparaie bathe 
and mater* Complete with lull 
baaement and OOM bant Excellent 
opportMMty. 82 3 as down. 818.301 
full pnea, Gall JOHN NEFF. 
EV A*4L Norfewagtare SecuriUm 
Untiled. 


WATERFRONT 

Tldt has the biggest potential ever 
l.( acre* with AID ft. of beautiful 
waterfront with boat ramp and 
■andv beach. At preaetit operating 
at cafe and v>-kart track but 
ii xmed lor a motel. Excellent road 
from Pat Bay Hlgnway—38 minute* 
from town. Three-bedroom living 
■room mods lion plus R/s duplex 
Call MRS. Le BUTT. EV Affil any 
time Northwestern Eecuruiea Ltd. 


LIVE ON ROCKLAND 

Hut krveiy aider family hone, diu 
aied on over % area of beautiful 
gro u nds with g lovely view over the 
Strait* la your* for luat 828 500 
Phone me fra an aptx» rdmetd (o 
view If yon have an eye lar fuller* 
elm**. 

D. A. SMITH, Rea.^77-4181 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 

888-1448 


I da not have ell eat* coming 8 m 
Calmry. Tawta or at Jeba'g 

mrr 

My advartlatog program aad per 
■ratal aitanrton to my Uattngt baa 

sou> 

all ef I ham 
I NEED LISTING!. 

H ym need your house add tn any 
area of Graalar Vlrtoria. can mi 
today for guaranteed raodti. 
"WHEN IN REALTY NEED 
CALL 

ERNIE 8 YEED" 

Mg IM,- Rea 88X3*11. 

Taylor Spiitai Ltd *18 Broughiaa it. 


Nanaimo Rpalty Co. Lid. 

A COMPLETELY INTEGRATED 
CYMIMERCIAJ. MML ESTATE 
SERVICE 

We can aag vow Busin Baa, Farm or 
Valartnmt Proparty. Wa can bull ' 

5 oa peamiaaa to suit your btagnw 
la can batp finance or rafinance the 
•dim at your burtruna or co mmarrtal 


To Hat year buatOMg or tae our 
aerrtra*. write or pbima Frank Ney 
ra Che* fbngUtrm at Nanaimo 
Really Co. Ltd.. 17 Chunk artel. 
Nanai mu, B.C Phone 184 3*11 


FOR CASH 
Toe bed r ooma and dan. good aiea 
emr baaamtm p referral $39,888- 
wo. non 

Four bedroom* and den to fil.OM. 
Modern or older borne, large rooau 
wllh arena view over 880 on 
These are Immediate needs wa 8Un 
require other good listing!. 

Call Mr. Hamilton. CRI UM. 

F. N. Cabaldu Ltd.. 12U Broad * 


JA_Y, ROGERS 384-0531 

NEW HOME 
4 BEDROOMS 
2 BATHROOMS 
COOK QUADRA 

HIGH LOCATION, axlretoely 
Well-CONSTRUCTED atucoo home 
DESIGNED ESPECIALLY tor to 
LADY, with FRONT VIEW from 
SPACIOUS BRIGHT kUrtwn. SEP 
ABATE family-*lae dining room end 
MAHOGANY PANELLED Uvinx 
n. Three OCT8Y bedrorant and 
4 piece VANITY BATH oompirta 
mam floor a ran. DAYLIGHT la** 
mteti with 3rf PROhTSSIONALLY 
hrdtod RUMPUS ROOM haa 
RAISED TILE FLOOR I-piece 
aATHROOM and NICK BEDROOM 
SUNDECK lead* from dining room 
aoceot to tide of house and ldtrtien 
enlranor ATTRACTTVELY - LAND 
SOAPED lot with soma SECLU¬ 
SION to rear WELL WORTH 
YOUR INSPECTION at only 

■two. 

JAY ROGERS, 384-0531 


TUCKED AWAY 
IN FAIRFIELD 


BUILDER'S LUXURY HOME 
: oca tad rai a quasi cul-de-aao. lift 
It an ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTFUL 
HOME OF OUTSTANDING QUALITY 
because the owner built E tar him¬ 
self. Beautiful, bright knotty pine 
Id tenon wigi BUILT - IN NOOK 
Ptamad tar atrattoue during, twth 
BUILT-IN CHINA CABIN FT. to 
daring roam baa a abdtag gtan 

door leading to a mart raw ai md a rk 

Largs living room wgh lovely fir* 

C m and ONE PANELLED WALL. 

FINEST QUALITY WALL-TO- 
WALL CARPETING la earned on 
dma|h to DR. halL and two at 

the torn good-atxed bedroom* on 
to upper level. Almost completely 
developed liaaamrnl Inrtadaa 
pertly fitrirtwd SPACIOUS 80x15 
RKCREATION ROOM WITH BAR. 
and anotor lexis Mated re 
EXTRA Ip* bath, and •*namely 
irira LAUNDRY ROOM. LARGE 
DOUBLE GARAGE -II* aapa. 
piaster—* baaamont area bekae tar 
tloragv »"d garden tools. Wrtl- 
maanrtd lamtocagrinf mates ttrit 
a COMPLETELY fltMACULATE 
PRESTIGE ROME. IB. 808 wRh 
SEE IT FOR YOURSELF 


ORV. FOX. 8M-8BB3 


TIMES CHANGE!! 

BUT LOOK AT THIS 

Not m manor year* 827 NX 

would buy a yecWlfs hnma la • 
prwdigi ant Today to am*— 
amotari wiU msroly boy a nra 
bom* la a trim ana—BUT OR A 
RARE OCCASION raw MAY BE 
LUCKY That TRULY IMMACI 
I-ATI TEREK - BEDROOM HOME 
of nearly 1.M8 an ft. It located m 
to HIGHLY PRIZED LANBOOWNE 
SLOPE. BaauHfully appniaatil llv 
log roam and dtotag room, large 


TIONIST —7*3 warns everytfang 
JUST RIGHT Wkh a HUGE UV- 
1NG-DINJNG ROOM In bne ; a FULL 
YOUNGSTOWN iall-meUH kitchen 
wnb BUILT-IN RANGE-OVEN 
GARBURATQR and a FRIDGE TO 
MATCH. 2 TWIN lor TRIPLET) 
die BEDROOMS, large utility ronrn 
-ilh WASHER AND DRYER CON 
NECTIONS. CITY WATER and 
WELL 1—tricfi mwea an —ring to 
LOVELY GARDEN > BIG FAMILY 
HlXlM {« PARTY ROOM) -Ilh 
BAR, and a FANTASTIC OCEAN 
VIEW. A HUGE PATIO. NOW. 
HEAR THIS! ALL DRAPER RUGS 
and MANY OTHER EXTRAS valued 
el over 82.14)0 ar* INCLUDED! The 
arttto prtce la ONLY 838.800 and 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION can be 
bad. $4,000 rath will handle and 
to owner will carry the ENTIRE 
BALANCE. Juai alt EASY * 
minute drive downtown, and TAXES 
ARE REALLY LOW 

JOHN BISHOP 

EV i-oan 'Day or NlghD 
Ree. Phone. CK-M* 


DUPLEX A 44 ACRE 
STEADY TENANTS 
AT LOVELY ELK LAGE 

Thu EXCELLENT BIDE-BY-fBDE 
DUPLEX haa over 1.800 feel at 
flora tpece. There era a TWO 
BEDROOM and a THREE BE DR M 
**rite, farti with own. almost NEW 
FURNACE. Good palira. SECLUD 
ED LOCATION, near SCHOOLS and 
SHOPS. MODERN KITCHENS with 
tuns and fridge Included Juai 15 
muariea to downtown. REAL BUY 
el ONLY 800.100. 

JOHN BISHOP 

EV4 0BU I Day or Night) 

Rea Phene; MAN 


Mint I DOWN PAYMENT 

Rancher —ilh 4 bedroom*, livingLOW TAXE!S 
room ha* utall-to wall carpet and I 
brick fire piece also a nice reciea-! Thia excellent modern bungalow hat 
lion room. Utility room oft large | been moei carefully maintained and 
lamlly kitchen. Over >4 acra of! Improved by pre*enl owner. Located 


arible land Exrlutlve wllh 
■ JOE MANTON, 5*84271 


RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER 
$12,800 

Immaculale 4 room* plus rec. room 
Fall basement, oil heal, drlvein 
garage. Electric hoi water, eiegtr r 
cabinet kllchm. A large lot wdih 
vie— of the Olympic Mu. and 
Praia** inlet. To view, call 
JOE MANTON. *88-4771, re*. 1881011 


CHOICE LANSDOWNE 
RESIDENCE - 

Deaigned to lake advantage of IBB* 

view from lu 1.518 *q ft. ot luxury 
living. This one-owner home without 
a mark or a arratrh hoaela XVft. 
living-dining room, d» lux* kite Tier 
with view Book. 1 fine bedrorant, 
extra large baaetotm haa family 
room wnb FP piua ganarout bobby 
area plua (pace tor 4tb bedroom. 
Immartrial* ground* reveal to gar 
denePt touch. Exrlutlve $23,100. 
FRED CAMPBELL 188-4371. 
re*. EV4-88T3 


IT'S THE BEOT 
OUT OF TOWN 

In V.L.A. type p roperty. Over W-drre 
rai P*l Bay Hwy 2-bedrm haaemreii 
bungalow with lefTtfic lake view. 
Room tor 3 extra rooms la attic 
wired for range, Ha* 2-car garage 
Good toil. Only 812.850. 

FRED CAMPBELL. 8884777 


B 
O 
O 

BOORMAN 
M 

A 
N 

INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 
tlU Governmant Street 

FOUR BEDROOMS 
JUBILEE 
$1,500 DOWN PAYMENT 


P. R. BROWN ft SONS 
LTD. 

! 762 Fort Street 388-3433 


I on good lot with tree* and town* 

— close to action!* It haa a big . 

Illvlng room end “f J*" 1 - i? 0 JR5? I «*5«r bungalow it lit excelleD' R «- 
bedronta*. vanity baih and utility t-nuditiua. larg* cabine! electric 


14 ACRES 
ROYAL OAK 

large, nvdern. iwo-bedroran homa 
with full baaement and extra waatt- 
M*sn j\ oaaemeW, 0-0 M FUmac*. 
wired tor dryer. 14 acrea of ex¬ 
cellent ftcmlajid. fully deve l opwli 
Muiiablr fur hocaeg Double garage, 
barn and outliuldingi. ‘a mile frrirn 
school* and ahnpplng centre. FULL 
PRICE 842.3(10 To view phona 
GEORGE S. LEE 

Bra 8851U8 


all <*i one Ooor. 

Full Price only 510.500 
Try vour down payment 
BtU Tyson. 388 4271 


kiichen. central hall, living room 
with fireplace Ful baaemenl. auto¬ 
matic oil furnace, rapper plum!*- 
ins. new wiring, roof and Iniu- 
iated. 

ASKING ONLY $10,500 

Robert Mlkllka 881 7931 anjijmr 


OAKLANDS AREA 
PERFECT RETIREMENT 
2% BEDROOMS 
TERRIFIC WORKSHOP 

The owner haa tperri a TERRIFIC 
AMOUNT of TIME AND MATERIAL 
to beautify toe PERFECT little 
home far Me OWN RETIREMENT, 
but was SOLD A SIDNEY WATER 
FRONT home. To SEE TUB IDEAL 
HOME ie to LOVE IT. II tea a 
OQ6Y wall-towail rarpatod Mvtni 
room, a mall dtaetat. a BEAUTI¬ 
FUL CABINET KITCHEN (h* 
dekgMIuli. TWO BIG waNtewall 
"arpetad bwpt w me another Utile 
one down lataa with mrpell. An 
OinTST ANDING WORKSHOP wllh 
FLUORESCENT LIGHTS aad 
POWER PLUGS « FINE LAUNDRY 
and rated* la another LARGE 
WORKSHOP to build botes, etc 
Weil kani punk and ararrtone 
JUST SPOTLESS Thto la WELL 
PRICED at 818.808. kia MAKE Ah 
OFFER! 





Eartteea Ua*M Vie** 
y. FUU artne with KlMt 
baiaace to tamer $MS 
■rom. EV MTT1 aoyum* 


SHELBOURNE AREA 
$1500 Down — $70 Month 

s» 



SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
THREE BERDOOMS 
EACH SIDE 

COCK) TERMS AT $■ 888 
Thla modem ofl heated duplex h 
■ Dueled <*| qiriet MUtiv teen wllh 
peranmk: view* of gee. mtunialns 
and rttjr. BrnnUbril* pieced rat two 
Me to parti Mhe aeUing wllh lovely 
landacawd grramde. ExrcHent e**d i 
Uon. Well ■ cmtrurtad with attrac¬ 
tive floor ptoa For eppafirimeal 
to view 

Call GEORG* THORNELO* 

EV MITl teytUna. 


CLARKE A WALLACE 

Realty Ud. 

H8 teoaflbtoa St. KV 88781 

Aoraaa frea* Eatoa i Car Parti 


KING GEORGE 
TERRACE 

RETIREMENT JEWEL 

Thla cbarynliM nraalag buagalaw I* 
*d In a drasm locality, any 
rounded by partdika garrian with 
view ef am and ■mptuim It baa 
a may iivtag roam with firaplare 
ftetog arm. ka 1 la 
OOM 


TO OWNERS 
List your home with 
A. T. ChfiBRon. 

There is no obligation. 
National Trust Company 
338-5451; after hours 3*4-5285 


I CANNOT SELL 
IF I DON'T ADVERTISE I 

Cte I ad vert! •• without Uattote- All 

bid ana at my lldlnga have gold. So 
may I tela you? Big cr rang!) TI) 
try to tel ttem all. Phona MRR. 
EUAN SPEERS. **-2471. anytime 
Jabnalrm A CD. Ltd 


REQUIRE 
BUYER7 

Be lure !U Hated at Maylalc. 
Call Maylalr—To Ba aura! 

L. E. Kk* 

Mayfair Raaily Ltd. XV 83* 


FOOOMARKET 

30 mm. from city. WaU aatablltod. 
Turnovar Kuomo pr. yr. Weil alork 
ed. Good equlpmeni. pin* approx. 
1 area land. 3 cabin* (ragadi. Plua 
many otor kri artel na feafurea 
Can not KLOOB pr. mrarih. piue pour 
living. Fug price. M3 an Plua stock 
ai to. Term* and offer* eonakterad 
-Stan Hyiand 183 2197. e«W 8M1800 
Wteera Hranea Ltd. 


SEA VIEW DUPLEX 
good Fairfield rental area and 
apartment araimg mak* thia ah ex 
rellmt toveatmenl. 3 hratom and 3 
hegrm dde-by-teie. araatork. -ww 
furnace, wiring Half block to aea. 
PRICK $14 800 

C Warren 888792! are 'Ima. 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD 
im Gmerranatri at 


HELP WANTED 

My client haa Bated me to find an 
otter two ar torn te drpran house In 
a good area near a bus route. Price 
raider 811.100. If you ran help me 
praam rail R. Srhumaker, 188770 
or M8-48H. D. F. Hanley Agmrtoe 
Uri 


LISTINGS WANTED 

Help! I am completely arid out . 
need liitfngi of alt klnda. 

BILL FRASER 
184-0511 (anytime i 
Hagar M Bwayna Ltd. 


V.L.A. LISTINGS WANTED 
If you hav« it arr* or more, with 
or without a dwelling, I will Impact 
and advise you a* to Its aultablllty 
anl value tor V.L.A. EV 4-4882. 
D. L- Macdnnrtl. wag. 

H C LAND 


Li« tings Wanted 

It your home la fra- Bale piaara 
call LEN LeDOUX, EV 88741 a 
rm. KVi mia. 

NcrthwMlarn Sraurltlaa Ltd. 

THE LAVENDER LADY _ 

needa lilting*. For prompt, rnur 
leraia aervk-i, pleaaa call MRS 
LAVENDER. 8884271 or EV 3-8130. 
H. Whittom* A Co. LI ml tad 


Only 82ISM with term. 

For more detain, pleaaa call Mr 
Plgrat. IVIRB Offlea EV 8I7M 


OPEN TO OFFERS 
1453 JAMAICA ROAD 
'to bsauUta Montclair Parti 
V*n- attoacUm modam alx-raran 
telit lemi bungalow, three large 
bedrooini. B It. living room wllf 
am 'firaplare, lepanata dkteg rm 
waahroon off the mute HR mi* 

SHffaiemMfS 

moot anceraaHe aa owner hea here 
tranafwredl. Batoaea on gate iarm* 

$16,750 

Ur. (haver EV 58784 ra XV 3*444 

lEvi 


Large, ha 

linitorajaf g routea WQROmrUL 
VIEW! Prate ee totem JUBT 
HM HEX IT ROW 

ORV POX 384 0831 
(Anytime) 


LAKEHILL BUNGALOW 


YEAR CriJ) 1MEOROGM HOME tor 
IM A MONTH Incite tag PRINdPAi. 
Intorte AND TAXES' Wa tevi 
ana. Naar Cteteilr dorr* 
«■*•. mantel rwrite ate 
raula. to* lanmanriai* hraai 
THE IDtaA I. flTriKTKR IX* 
THE YOUTH! FAMILY. Ttere U 
• VERY 1-AJIGK LIVING Ibf Xte 
WITH FIREPLACE. LARGE 
DINING STAC*. ALL - ELBCTRlr 
KJIXfiEN iroapari j*l IgUDHtN 
BATHROOM. J GOOD KZZED BCD 

vssbJSiSSm 

IN CARJNgCT OfL Fa HBATINU 
All tag! or a NICE LEVEL LOT 
white require* logs an 

LJ ata EASY TERMS 

DON ROBBINS 


HIGH GORGE 
BUNGALOW 
RETIREMENT HOME 
NO STEPS—H.W. HEAT 


HwVe a REAL LITTLE BEAUTY 
Ckw* to to i igg mg ate tow. (to* 

home baa a vary LARGE LIVING 
ROOM AND FIREPLACE. MODERN 
4-Pf* BATHROOM. EXTRA LARGE 
ELEC KITCHEN WITH DIKING 
AREA AND 3 GOOD-SIZED BED 
ROOMS Tba modern HOT-WATER 
HEATING SYSTEM aaaurp* a warm 
ate dry hnuae A MODERATE 
SIZED LOT REQUIRES LITTLE 
CARE. WHILE FULL GARAGE 
gives EXTRA WORKS!**- Ah D 
STORAGE SPACE 10*00. II 


DON ROBBINS 

Ml —i laavrimei 

SOUTH FAIRFIELD 
SEA VIEW 
SAVE $1200! 

TTria IMMACULATE FIVE - ROOST 1 , 
SEA VIEW buwalnw boa teea 
REDUCED 81 300 barauro Ida owner* 
are moving Ms w* j k-end and mite 
HAVE ACTION It haa a tom 
Uvtag room. L - ahaoed IXN1RG 
ROOM. IVUGRT SUNNY ELECTTUC 
KITCHEN. 3 GOOD-SIZED BED 
RD0888 and one In tte SUPER-HIGH 
full AASEMENT with t>I 

Ia*7 term* Artdng HI M 

BILL FRASER 

8M4MD langHiM) 

NEAR SIDNEY 
LGE. COUNTRY ESTATE 
HORSEMAN S SPECIAL 


JOHN BISHOP 

KV 44*81 (Day or Night) 
Raa. Phone: Hi mm 


PROFESSIONAL 
WITH ARTISTIC TASTE 
WILL LOVE THIS 
CONTEMPORARY GEM 
ON % ACRE OF PARK 

KEOU.-SOK. oca IN ate w* 
•vray MODERN IDEA 

Ms brans to IDKAL I __ 

COUPLE ar tangle BWEE 
SON Who wenia S NO - 

GROUND - FLOOR PE_ 

The HUGE LIVING ROOM tea 
BIG, BEAUTIFUL. COPPER 
HOODED, RAISED FIREPLACE 
and BUILT - IN RADIO. BOOK 
SHELVE*. WOOD PAM THRl 
tor fngiaoa Thar# la aa UflBkl 
AND PERFECT KITCHEN ate i 
BIG. BIG BKDIUX18* with a HUGE 
LIGHTED CLOSET Utility V- 
aad a BLACK ARBOR TTE RATH 
ROOM. ladlreci ligniaig awl a 
CHARMING PATIO wild a racres* 
tag nggung paid The towuriful 
parte Ilte gnuauto ran IDEAL HIDE 
AWAY m tosr summer teyai re 
a a raa Hate rare, atasaeto w eorwi 
trial FLOWEM ate I■ lull 
Prtoari at Bto.M Hria brans MUST 
RE MEN aari the owaer **4D HOT 
OUIMENT to rirteatoya 

JOHN BISHOP 

nsner«r 


HUGE OLDER HOME 
IDEAL BOARDING HOME 
OR LARGE FAMILY 

LUXURY ROME 
tat te *nh 
It tea 8 


5 BEDROOMS 
BIG LOT 

Near Gorge water*. Brand new •* 
terior pelta >*. New wiring. New 
OOM. Parttoularlv wriuble lo a 
lover Of apera. ceie with a large 
family, or wuuld duplex easily or 
maybe a gute hnuae * 12.800 
FRED CAMPBELL 188-4271. 
Rea. EV 4-5971. 


SECLUDED COTTAGE 
H ACRE 

beautiful aarriae lull of 
id fruit. A large 4-rm. stucco rot 
irija wrih ante tal teal ate fire 
pface, wired lor range, all apartoua 
room* ate In good condition, rloae 
aervicaa Asking gli.lfla 
call 

The Lfivgndp-' Lady 

8M-47T1 Raa. EV *8128 


OAK BAY BORDER 
CASH TALKS 

Largar airier kUnr 7 a lorry tern# 
new all funwee, rvwlreri. double 
plumbing aluminum aiding, excel¬ 
lent toraUoa. price aa tarna Bl.SSu 
but Mg radurtkw tor rate Piaara 
call 

The I^vpndw L*dy 

8M-47T1 Rem. EV 8-8138 


6 65 ACRES 
VIEW ROYAL 
Over I.Mi of road frontage— 
auwtly arable late with Irate ate 
maadoms—4-anlla circle- 8-ri* tom 
with part basement ate aaw I 
lag—cbickte houte of I.8M aq. ft - 
IWO te raa targe 8Ma garage 
•aeallani polnriial of HIM Cali 
BILL TIB PITT >11-4771 
or Raa. 471118 


2 YEARS YOUNG 
3 BEDROOMS 
UNDER $100 P I T. 

See llu* riellghtftri tonne (tola weekend 
by priming 

BILL TYSON 8M42T1 
II-baa aearly 13H aq- n on main 
Oaor with L aba pari llvlagdlliina 
reran ate faalura wall lirapiare. 
81 Ming ton to Mtarierk. Big kltoken. 


OAK BAY REALTY 

FOR OAK BAY HOMES 

OAK BAY TUDOR 
3 BEDROOMS AND DEN 
$22,500 

Clone to the GOLF COURSE 
MARINA AND WINDSOR PARK 
tbit moot attractive lamriy home 
renal* line >ri large living roam 
wllh oprti (Irapiace, aaparele din¬ 
ing room, bright, cabinet kitchen, 
amall tton. exotalant master bed 
room ate raCorel bedronm. both 
wirti walk-in clnaeta ate 4-pre 
tiled hal»u«*ian rai 'he main floor 
Clnaad alalrway up to another 
large bedroom with 2 pne. bath¬ 
room. ALSO ROOM FOR FUR 
THF.R EXPANSION A full high 
baaemenl with oil-o-maile hcri- 
water healing, laundry faclUUee. 
etc Separate garage, aaaily kepi 
garden. Good term* can be ar¬ 
ranged. To view thla attractive 
home roil Jack Mann, EV 5T7OT 
anytime. 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
ESTATE SALE 
2 LOTS 

Located on one of those delightful 
quiet aide atreeta of Ctok Bay 
South not far from tha Golf Club. 
Set In a fine garden at TWO iota 
lone at which could be aoldl Thla 
cotlage-atyle bom* ot I bedroom* 
or two bedroom* and a Den haa 
automatic oH-hot-waler heating. 
No teaemeel and few step*. An 
Ideal home tor lha retired couple 
who enjoy gardening and want *e 
elusion. OH. an active lamlly 
wllb leeoageri which baa extra 
vehicle* aurh ■■ !relief*, rampera 
or Iraller baala Tha large garage 
could ba made Into a warkahop. 
Addltima) woodshed and retro 
house. Full prtce IIS.OM Terms 
available. Use your equity to 
purebate thla home—4radea "* 
aldered Exrluilve Llatlnc Call 

Don Whyle, EV 5T7OT anytime. 


OAK BAY DUPLEX j 

This aevm-year-olri. well construct, 
ed duplex consists of large living 
room, dining area, good kitchen 
and 3 bedroom* each side. Full 
barameeu. drive-ln garage and 
rape cat* furnace* end wafer 
meter*. National Hraising inspect¬ 
ed rteritnirtkot. 1 % mortgage 
ga 500 Use your equity to pur 
rhsra thi* duplex—iredes consid¬ 
ered Call D. G Whyte, EV 57707 
anytime. 


bathroom raa 

could be developed la _ 

teatee rafpnrt WELL LOCATED 
FOR 8CBOOU AND TRANSPOR 
TATIOK. 

Fail Prtoe $14 8te and I arms to aarit 


LOCATgn 



CHEN wttb a MODERN STAINIXU 
RANGE. Itirae Ml torirow a 
LARGE EASEMENT, a DEN with 
nra gi. ra , aa« a air; LTVXng rm 
ate tte rXNTNQ ROOM wig teto 
* Panama HIGH LOCATION, or 
tteraoior of BELMONT ate PEM 
BROKE, and a LARGE VERANDAH 
wtoh a plaetenf (TTY VIEW Walk 
« }? taw** la gowntwa ASKING 

JOHN BISHOP 

EV 4*884 I Day or Night) 

Rat. nn». 854 tea 


aroail I Panel iad Living reran 18*1? with ■ 

HUGE KIT |*4ec«nc ban). Luge bright hMehrai Thi* Ii aa EXCEPTIONAL almoal 
with oil rang*- 
Tww (BlrqUed tedraotna 
Secluded gardea srtfb ten apple ate 
piuaa lra«. ML No 2MTS 
Ta view call BEN McLEOD, 

1884371 


BYRON PRICE 

1M4 QUADRA 8T EV 544M 

M ACRE 

lituariari 18 mine X«m tom. % 
" tato uran toxme m ■ irvriy itagmfi 
kri. Rum be reals touk brew. 

Hrana tea Aril tea# 

ewnaei uaaory extra arnail 
nr den, torriiy pint hta- 
Eieetric teal 8araq|hnui. 
*dtene *U.(n) wllh 
SI.108 Awn, he tom by Ayl al pta 
par teaririK To view oaril 

RON SCATTERGOOD 
47S-1974 


4 BEDROOMS 
WALK TO TOWN 



aq. ft.). 4 YEAR 
I FOU 


A HUGE (7, 

OLD ratadttata in 

ARABLE LAND. Thane is a tea 
testa LIVING ROOM. BEAirTOliL 
MODERN KITCHEN, 1 bedroom ate 
TV room on mala filer neild be 
fiftb hadnanl, 8 LARGE aXG 
ROOMS IS. 2 full RATHROOSiS 
LAND to CLEARED ate FENCED 
STABLE AND GREENHOUSE. 
Beautiful paneiUag ihrougfxiut. 
CITY WATER. AtaOag ttaKfi 


OAK BAY BORDER 

Twobadrnoen home Fu* teeemenf 
tal heal. Only D yean tad 
Price 811.4(1(1 

Phone Mr. Clarice or Mr* Waiiar# 
RV 4-8784, EV2-8B17. GHM4H 

LOTS TO BUILD 

COVE RING GREATER VICTORIA 
J22* r "HA APPROVED WITH 
. RV EXCELLENT 
BUILDER AND CHOICE OF 
PtANR FOR FURTHER INFOR¬ 
MATION PLEASE CALI. MR 
DYER EV 58784, Rto. SV 54808 


THE RISE 
$12,750 

Quallljr ountarurtion In every 
detail. Utaamlrw clean 
throughoua 2 bedftataia. llv- 
Ing room wttb fireplace ng 
hsrriwote floor*, dining room, 
pointed tailning eiectrto kii¬ 
chen, new QU-O Mtalc hot 
wei#r furnace, exlra heeled 
bedroom In tha basement. 
Nicely landscaped to!. Please 
call me for further particu¬ 
lar!, Barbara Hum. (talony 
Hrme Sales, *853391. Ree. 
*58-5484 


NEW 114-STOREY COLONIAL 5 
bed. J'4 hatha Ilnuauaily attrac¬ 
tive 824.1100. Builder. GR 7-8728. 


3-BEDROOM HOME. ETOOKE ST. 
ruk ( ^gog $7,800. r.000 down. 


BILL FRASER 

8k4 0fl4n lenyUmej 

4 BEDROOMS — OLDER 
PERFECT CONDITION 
FORT A BELMONT 

Meal far the LARGE rAWLY re 
far REVENUE HOME This fine 
tad home haa NEW urtrtog. plumbing 
ate heating Thera era a LARGE 
LIVING ROOM and a REALLY BIG 
DINING ROOM, a modernised tab 
chen with patrirv ate a DEN cr 
ihe main floor. Upalairs are POUR 
LARGE BEDROOMS. TWO BATH 
ROOMS ate a FULL BASEMENT 
This Is APARTMENT ZONED ate 
will make a GOOD INVESTMENT 
at ONLY SI5 900 

READ ON- 
NEXT DOOR TO 
THE ABOVE HOME 
we after another lum* ot the same 
v image White has an EXTHA LOT 
ami wilh the other home hea over 
12.000 feta at property (ample tor 
an APARTMSNTi. The house D a 
SHAMBLE* ate needs DECORAT 
ING and some repair*. BUT with 
apeak cat It mates a GOOD 
FAMILY HOME wlUi 1 BIG BED 
ROOMS, living room, dining room 
and a FULL BASEMENT with 
nmvartad tat tuner The outride 
looks good from tte fneit ate with 
the exlra lot thto to a GOOD BUY 
AT $14,100. 

EXCELLENT TERMS CAN BE HAD 
ON ONE OR BOTH 04" THESE 
HOMES. 

JOHN BISHOP 

EV 4.(1631 i Day or Night) 

RES. PHONE: 4552308 


Oar Manly tome near 
H8I terti. wa8h owyltorg 
: nag. 0041, or agar pawarie 

tag. a— waring. ■arKnod ton 
in living ate ~ ' 
large totrtwi 
vemencea Artring 
by aeptairiment only. 

RON SCATTERGOOD 
47S-1974 


PRESTIGE LOCATION 
CHRISTMAS HILL 
SECLUSION 
523,900 

BEAUTtFlfl. — BXAUTBUL — 
HEAUTOTJt 

J-Bedroom hone, only 8 yean <rid 
in meUnrioua condHun. A <to hne 
hrans btonatohari. built to die high 
•ta itandank. Ttoa home tee a 
beautiful 1*04 ltvang ran eaih an 
11 " ralaad hearth, hajrtwvte ftacra 
thrnurtraui. tort dhring reran. Bi 
tiftri kltrtwn erita aftrwrtlve naan- 
and cahtaato wtoh oaritog area. 
TTrie wry atoraegve hrana to rito 
■lad on a large ww Mentor* ped 
Uri. Tarmri at ran* 

DOUG WEDMAN 
EV 3-2420 EV 5-2458 


JUBILEE DISTRICT 

Older type bungalow taoaa to hoa- 
pitoia. 2 giod-eue bedroom*, me* 
living room wkh nraptor*, tamti 
k titian wrih penny, full cemeni 
uaermnt *»rih drtve-ln garage Oil 
furnace, hm deocr-aitog .required 
8 H. 88 fi. 0 D wkh low down peymeni 
Cal) Stan Ortte 477-8W a 


CORDOVA BAY 
5181 SAPPHIRE 
BY BUILDER 

Open for Inapecllan 2-5 p.m., Satur¬ 
day and Sunday. A pleating blend 
of shake*, white Muooo end atone. 
1 bedrooms 1.938 aq. ft. Many extraa. 
Large ajteeck. ceramic tile bulb. 

tm.ian. m-wii. 

OAK RAY NORTH NEAR UP 
lands, price II4.SD0. 4-hedronm tarn 
Hy home, separate dining room, nil 
heeled, trull trees Vnr appointment 
tdn View, ptan# 471-808. Principal* 
only. 


2 Bedrooms — No Step* 
2 LOTS—66x132 
Only $9,800 

Otar t year* eto to tte llartgtari 


OAK BAY 
COLONIAL 

Built ta 1841. this lovely Colonial 
1 -bedroom home haa charm 
atmoapbera ate location. Ideally 
■ritari far tte waaller family, 
■he main Door has a living room 
34' x IF. a den, II 1 x 17. with 
fireplace aag a IF dining room. 
The winder* rabiagt kitchen i* 
bright and cteety. The elriirway 
leads Iron the wlris wiry hall lo 
three airy bedrooms Aa excel¬ 
lent teen-age recreation room 
pantalari la tetaly-piae wllb large 
Prewar* will acrommodaie your 
Gotin lean age*s eari their friend* 
Available loe ncriinanry Dec. 1st 
Full price enty g38 8DD Use your 
•quily to purchase thla borne- - 
Iradee considered Exclusive Hot- 
tag Call D. G. Whyte. EV 5T7ffJ. 
anytime. 


MEARS A WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 
2188 OAK BAY AVENUE 


OAK BAY 

Delightful. 2-bedroom home on quiet 
•Ireet near shops and bua. Clean, 
immaculate ana real rule. Treed 
IfH 3 alep* only. Don't hesitate, call 
today— 

ASKING $12,950 

C. Warren 1S57521 anytime 

DELIGHTFUL 
DIFFERENT J 

Nestled lo a beautifully landscaped 
lot to the bast residential area at 
Vlclorta, thla cuatom-built bungalow 
will thrill every member of your 
family Offering three hedrnoma. 
grartuua living room and dining 
room, modern kitchen with eating 
area. Secluded yard overlooks aea 
and mountains jet close to every 
convenience. See this new exclusive 
listing now. Courtesy agent*. 

ASKING $16,900 

Mr*. M. Warren J Sri-7521 anytime 

OWNERS ARE SORRY 

| They are leaving town and MUST 
SELL their lovely 8 bedroom, modem 
pot! aqd beam home Spacious llv- 
Ing-dming rooms, large corner fire¬ 
place. all oak Boor*, with wall-to- 
wall carpel A very large, beauti¬ 
fully finished recreation room. Thli 
home la aiiualed in a high loci Oar 
with a view ate has a very unusual 
garden with plenty at tree*, rocks 
*4c. 

Full Price *17,900 with terms. 
Phone Mr*. Brown* *857901 anytime 

PANORAMIC VIEWS 
OAK BAY 

A delightful gem. beautifully land 
•raped In a much sought-after area 
An ideal place to live, with ewretr 
Ing view* of city, mounlalna and 
sea. Living room with flreiriarr Is 
IF long, guest-tized dining room, 
de lux* Idle ben wllh eating area. 
Three excellent bedrooms wllh 
ample closet •peer Fully finished 
baaemenl and garage. Frail trees 
snd beautifully fenced garden a 1 
back. Excellent financing ate mod 
e*l down payment nuke It ■ 
pleasure rather than a burden to 
carry. Factually priced at — 

$22,500 

Call now far appointment to view 
F. Marshall I*-7521 anytime 

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE 

This gyaar-oid 5 bed room home Is 
Immaculate ate *eems unusually 
■paclou* ate attractive for a verv 
tow price. Full baaemenl. well 
layed cak far a rumpus room. 
Double entry kri. Drive-In garage. 

PRICE ABOUT 52.000 


OAK BAY SEAFRONT 
8 ROOM BUNGA T eOW 

Large, modern home, over 2 008 
»q ft floor area. Comprwrs apa- 
rtoua erkranev ate through hail. 
LK *xJS INt 15X14. den with 
FT. I BRa. 9 bathrooms, uuiiiy 
room, beauuftrily equipped kdtrhes 

with dishwasher ate garburatnr. 
Wall-towail carpets in marii 
rooma. l-ar** recreation room. 
2 -car garage Unotetrun*ad sea 
views. Price ate rater parbculani 
upon request. 

Please call Mr. Holme. EV 4-1008 

LANDS END ROAD 
MEE7T 

THE HOLLYWOOD 
STARS 

Two acre* ta wooded property wlih 
XU ft waterfront overtnrridng Satel¬ 
lite Channel toward* Bali Spring 
Island. A 8 yv-oid. 3 - badroern 
home with large living room, 
teazllator fireplace and axxietaa 
to riluated Mr aha waierfroari. 

$27,000 

LEN KNIGHT EVS3435 

OAK BAY EXCLUSIVE 
8-ROOM BUNGALOW 
2964 OAKDOWNE ST. 

Immaeulau home aat In a fairy¬ 
land garden cmslaii of I rocxna 
'9 BRa) on main floor; 2 large 
finished BRs In baaemenl. alsq 
*pa« for rumpus room. Cahla TV. 
Wr* 834.000 

Pieara rail Mr. Holms, EV 4 11MI 

OAK BAY NORTH 
6 ROOMS—12 YRS. OLD 
EXCLUSIVE -516.500 

well-maintained. spot- 
18x15, 


BELOW SIMILAR HOMES 
AT $14,950 

8% N R A. mortgage available. 
Mr*. Cruel. 1* 7971 aayUma. 


Well-built. 

leae Mucoa bungalow. LR 
DR. I BRa. taecirlr UUriien. range 
included. Wired far dryer. Cable TV. 
Among madam home* ta asm* age. 
Termal 

Pleaaa call Mr. Htama EV 51009 

THREE BEDROOMS 
COULD BE FOUR 
TWO BATHROOMS 
ALL FOR JUST 
$15,950 

A W mortgage which may ba 
• isumed. Five year* old auad betier 
lhan new wRb completo lateacapmg. 
Close tn sebooia and ibopptog and 
bua alop arroaa Ihe atraei. Ta 
lew thla a park) tog clean-kept bom*, 
call 

S. W. BRIDGES 
CR 5)498 EV S 5438 

5 BEDROOMS 

An oide* borne rai a large, tate- 
ai-aped tatf ldL Uvlng room 37x18 
with white marble fireplace Sep- 
araie (ariliOea for each bedroom. 
New auto ng furnace ate large, 
ra partly hot-waiar Unit ta base¬ 
ment. Recently rewxad cioae in' 
■ranapnrtakon, taairrhai. ahnopina 
facilltiaa. A valuable rew lot. 
Asking 115, M 0 . 

1 P. H. EVANS 
Ree. 477-44ft 


JOHNSTON A CO. LTD. 

Real tors 


MOREY 

A 

JOHNSTONE LTD. 

lift Graft opera • Esina a 
■54*4 riaj *r aighi 


PREFER FAIRFIELD? 

Hera are two dandy older homes 
Redrooane ro>X4*i far big famiH 
Full baaaaienia. AutumaUc oil heel 
in boip Ooaa to ainii, atk>p*. 
bearh, raek. In Ihe $ 10.(100 brae kri 
with excrileM letmi. Whet more 
ouulri you ask! Don t delay, ptxmr 
urtai 

*M ELLEN SPEERS 
8153471 any-time. 


$1,000 DOWN 

WHERE ELBE CAN YOU FIND 
a faur-bedroom famii* home near 
Beacon HID Perk, eayv walking dn- 
lanre to town. OOM tal boating, fall 
itaaaoienl. large living room ate 
■eparate ritoang mom. large idlctien 

with heavy wfrtn* tar 81.000 DN ? 
Phone YOU G ft BEN at MARTI am 


THETIS LAKE HEIGHTS 
3-bedroom — 1,150 sq ft 
$2,500 down — $104 P.I T. 
ONLY $15,000 

Only laao years tad Foaib bedroom 
•eml finished 1 a full raterele bass 
manL also a finished rumpus room. 
Llvlag roosa StelS. nice (ireplar* 
dining .room teals, hardwood noon 
Idea kitchen, (piece hath wllh 
aaity, exlra toilet tn baaomeni 
08 O-Malic healing. Five nlmla' 
walk aa artvv* 

Ta view rail BIN McLEOD ta 
*85-4771 or fee. «77-*Bfi 
• • • • 

sea View road 
L*rg« 2-Bedroom 
Lovely Settin* 

A tataractor-lype home Ltarfl* aep 
arata dining room arroa* Ihe hall 
from ihe mmlartabi* llvu^ room 
wirh fireplace. Spacious taaclric 
cabinet kltrhm cedar-lined ctothej 
cupboard* to each tedroran. Large 
witeark over Inp of attached 
aerate. Very • salaried back garden 
Large weD-laiadacaped frost garden 
Laiadry tecUlttea. Icrilat ate *how*r 
to tte townaa. M I. No. 35411. 
Aaktog Price 823.808 
Ta view call BEN McLEOD 
KV 34248 anytime 


PROfiPECT LAKE 
WATERFRONT PROPERTY 
Yeur A-I credit ate gl.aft rate stall 
five you paaaraoian at lhla dealr 
able welerfronl localloa. Fnralaheri 
summer ctatage lilvrable year 
round). Boa I and engine Included 
M teh.y paymmta $75 Prtce I* V>n 
ExTlmlwi 
m-mL 


COUNTRY EST/TE 
ON BUS LINE? 

TERRIFIC!! I Yen, and buses run every half hour 

Ovar ar acre of exneHtexil frui' and 

-sr fts rsuf, rmt* ^isssssi b^„ 

•toraga ax as* than ww would be- 


with DON BACON. 


QUICK OCCUPANCY 
FAIRFIELD 

CompMely remodelled 4 . bedroom 
innw used aa 5bedroom>. 3-aiorey 
home with mahogany panelled living 
room and dining room, the latter 
with attractive built-in buffel. Mod 
am oil hoi water parlmetar beating 
New wiring. 33Dv Gai rang* in 
eluded. A) mart Immediate occu 
policy. Asking 813.SBi with reason 
•hie down payment and balance 
carried by owner WILT DA VIA, 
'2 or raa. 881 8174. 


OPPORTUNITY 

KNOCKING 

ri BEDROOM MODERN home for 
“ta 'n f KX)0 area Also HOME 
RUMNEAS ooportunitv for <talv 
•11.80a Thla lx a BARGAIN. Phan. 
BILL PALFREY tor Information. 
3854271. 


BARGAIN 
CORDOVA BAY 

A 4 room cottage, while aiding, 
clean and to good ooadition. Oil 
range and wnall Quebec heater In 
eluded. Lot 70x230. Taoe* 81. Price 
SS TStt To view raO WILT DAVIS. 
M5«jn ar raa M ini. 

• • • • 

NEW — REDUCED PRICE 
UPPER iJkNsnoWNE 
Ideally located at head of a cul dt- 
•ac, thi* 2,100 aq. ft. homa of 4 
bedroama and family room all on 
atia floor haa an allrartlvc exterior 
of ranch plank and whit* brick, a 
plan tba I la dtffaranl and auperlcr 
qualty Interior fljriah with built-in 
rang', didiwuher. garburatnr. Fully 
Imdoraped lot with oak trees. Price 
Exeiualve Hating with WILF 
va, $88-4011 at t«5 888-5375 


tte PARTICULAR There 1* 
large living moan wtfli a UNIQUE 
fireplace, dtotag. talrfcao wllh 
eattag area tea. toted rahlnela 
tiled baih room with ilktlne gla** 
dogs* 3 bedx o ona upatalra A 
baaemenl that la completely Be 
isted to WALNUT include* a 
laundry room, workshop, cold 
atoraae mm. another TWIN-8IZED 
BEDROOM, ate a HUGE REC 
NEATION room. Ttere ie * 
Ik ill RLE earpuri rai a lovely kri. 
AMAZING VALUE lur 4taly $11,800. 

Gladys McLurp 
388 4294 or 385-4052 

FAIRFIELD REVENUE 
APARTMENT ZONED 
ON CORNER IX>T 

ThiJ homa is la truly lovely cctidl 
ban. Tte te*!tar* ha* 3 racial* 
giving a revenue lhal wilt mrae than 
pey lor the property. Tte down 
■tan* tea living reran, dining room 
large bedroom, bathroom, electric 
kitchen. Tte asking price la imlv 
For further art ana please 

Gladys McLurp 
388 4294 or 3854052 

3 BEDROOMS 
5%% MTGE. 

S-RR tarilt level hoane on qulel 
cul da ear Largs D41 ate kitchen 
Lot la wall treed extra large 
81x191 R. To View please rail Ron 
Stock ar Jack rietater MM3M 

URGENT SALE 
OWNER MOVING 

Urge Uvtag room with feature fire- 
iriace well. toning room with 
area. 817.880 with torma Plea.* 
French door* to aer faded petto. 
Rumpue roam wllh large atone Ore 
piece and ter piua extra sleeping 
call Ron Black at 1ft 43*4 any 
Ume. 


ESQUIMALT 
51500 DOWN 

Belter hurry ter thia one Cheek 
Uieae iaalurea: 

-Smart living room with fireplace 
and French dorr* leading to a 
secluded patio, 
a bedroom* and den 

Modern kite haa with tlacirir 
rang* (nriudad 
—Oil hoi-water healing 
-Nice garden xetlh fault tree* and 
eit fenced. 

Situated rloae ta beach and park 
Full price 8U.8B0 Fw Ippranlmenl 
to view pleaaa call 

JOYCE NEILL 
Meirepollaeo Really Ud. 
EV5MU - KV54BM 


Have. Oil furnace. Wartier and dri 
r and taaclric range and rototlllef 
nriudad. Many fruit tree* ate 
nrnamenlal tairuha 

Thia wrart toot ao huxT-y 
PHONE Mr. K3.LKN SPEERS. 

8ri6 UCn anytime. 


FAIRFIELD FOR YOU? 

Then see Urie' I Crartuue entrance 
lead* fa must attractive living ruum 
haailtag era (or flnreriacx. Youngs 
Hew* Utahan with large, bright din¬ 
ing area. I pud todnjami with 
ample rineaae Oak flrnra through 
out. Frill h a a rea exit anile* farther 
development Autoanalic oil heel and 
drive-lo garage selta overtead dux 

Situated cioae ta traeuonrtalJor 
churchea and exoalirari aehonie. Ask 
ing price *li »00 To mow ideate call 

EDITH BRITT 

8*8471. anytime. 


CITY SPARKLER 

Yora budget won't sutler here 
Built low to tte grant ate corn 
liming of three tedroom* at * 10 . 
sm with low down payment. On a 
pretty afreet, all rape home*, rloae 
In arhotal and hospital insulated 
Automatic nil teat Call early—Si 
Ft ITT. IftliTl. anytime. 


MARVELOUS 

OPPORTUNITY 

For someone wan.ng 

A BIG HOUSE 

With kri* erf land in 

ROCKLAND 

tori ta town owner haa Baked ua to 
■ell lhla delightful older fvxne at a 
*■'J (»ir prtce. 884.800. and la offer 
Ing exorpiktaBliy good lerma now 
down payment and balance by 
•freemen! at i%) \ a a good roven- 
aeu. There ere ao men* excelled 
lealure* ta thia bran* that tt muil 
be seen to be apt Teel at ad feairae* 
•uch aa: 

l-ARGE living norm and 
LARGE dining roam 
Beautiful firaptor* In the 
trartnu* ENTRANCE HALL 
SEAVIEW 

SEVEN BEDROOMS 
FOUR RATH ROOMS 
Oil ho! wafer healing. 

Pleaae rail 

KEN ROBINSON 
«t 8952171 far en apoomlment lo 
view. 


UNIVERSITY AREA 

Well-birill atunro home on a late- 
•eaped lot. TWn bedroom* plus a 
den which could he used *■ a 
third tedroom. 13x80 living mnm. 
Mteern electric kitchen. Full high 
haaemeu with iwo flnlahed. heeled 
room*. Auto tal furnace. Separata 
garage. Clear title home. 

814.000 

1 f. H. EVANS 

Haa 477 -4471 Bu. 185*481 

SxS Dl'PLEX 

5 vra rtd 4 roran# each aide, 
arid reread, total rents 8180 per 
m.rah Price Include* Iwm aui.>- 
martr wmtawr* ate rangaa Situaled 
la Glen Lake euixh vision wui 
cuntader trades. 

PRICE $13,900 

ridta $0 on dram and $80 per mrariA. 
Call Mrs. HarU. MMI anyuma 

THREE BEDROOMS 
LOVELY LOCATION 

Turn large Bedrooms on main fire* 
and another la fall fagh base¬ 
ment. OO-M hm-waler heeling 
*> item. High atone wall around 
oroperty for **clu*ir*i Nura wnall 
garden Beau Ufa I vlewi Drive by 
U04 Toswr. PRICE ONLY 812,790. 
To view phrase 

GEORGE fi LE* 

Raa. 4751801 Bua. WR8 

$1000 DOWN 
SECLUDED 

Tteea ■ bedroom, auto tal - heeled 
home Wired and pi ranted for aula 
washer on mem flora. Open flre- 
ptore In living room, largv. Might 
kiichen. wired fir rank* land¬ 
scaped aumxindirws with holly 
brtlge, #fc. Full. psw-e 813 900 Only 
*l*<*i *»n pa> mait, or $12,5u0 
CT.M. 

LEONARD TEO 
EV 5-8435 <84 hr*I 

IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 
$1,500 DOWN 

ATTRACTIVE AND CLEAN 5 
BE DRW. FULL BASMT BUNG 
'•iso flnlahed attic far 1 or 3 
bednnsi. L ateprd LR OR with FP 
»nd frrw-h doors. Cab. elec. IdL 
new OOM healing, dbie garage. A 
CONVENIENT LOCATION lor 
schools and city. Pnea reduced io 
810.9(1) for urgenl sale, with excel¬ 
lent lerms fa good rovenant. PHONK 
J F. FINLAYSON any lima at 
3858439. 


DRIVE BY 
2877 CEDAR HILL 

2 Bedroom home with lovely 
renovated kitchen Lot fiix 
178. Cash nffer* Invited, 
call Joyce Miller. 
Colony Home Sales, 
8859211 or 477-4)41. 


SOUTH FAIRFIELD 

Attractive Stucco Bungalow. Detar- 
able location. Cioae to tal utilities. 
Immediate poes ee elon. Baaemenl 
with (lU-o-malic lurrwf HARD TO 
FIND In thla location. In mint con¬ 
dition. HURRY FOR THIS ONE 
Good value ai 00,79(1 McCanrteai 
Realty, WO Fort. EV 1-flUl. eves 
EV 2-0870 or EV 4-9859 


OAK BAY SOUTH. 3-BEDROOM 
hungalow. beautifully landiraped. 
private patio, modern kllrhen, newly 
derraalte thrnuthoui 813.500. PrLn- 
cipaJs only. EV500B8. 


FOR THE 
ECONOMY 
MINDED 

Get ovar her* fata and lake q lo.fi 
ef lhla tadra. foil baaemenl home 
Nicely located in tha Hauilain are. 
and II Iralurea NEW automatic oil 
heat. NEW roof, NEW heavy duty 
wiring and many, many extras. This 
bran* not overpriced at 810.35) but 
haa been reduced to: 

58,950 

and Ite owner aaya ‘'GET ME AN 
OFFER." Ho hurry on ovar with 
yiair cheque hook YOU JUST MAY 
BE ABLE TO STEAL THtS ONE. 
Call W. A. Hodfooss KV 2-8117, 
N swat s a d Realty Ltd. 


*700 DOWN 
87H MONTH 
ESQUIMALT 

Full price f?800. i bedroom home 
near naval barrmcki. Dll space 
healer and range Inrtuded. Pari 
basement, furnace Installation not 
oxnpltar. Jay Roger* EV 4 0681. 
Rarer A Rwayne LM. 

3 BEDROOM HOME NEAR SCHOOL 
■tore*, oft Bumaide area. 88,000 
1853818 anytlma 


Uires 


NEW BABY? 

Growing fa mil:** need 
tedroom* 

New babies add ta the strsia 
on family budget*. 

w* understand yeur problem* 
and Una home cad ba the solution. 

Recently redecorated, onlv ien 
year* old. aisoMenly clean. Three 
bedrooms large living room wills 
oak floor* and good fireplace Lar re 
bright electric kitchen—just parted 
for a growing family. 

$9,500 

81 908 DOWN AND *98 A MONTH. 
NEAR SCHOOLS AND TOWN A 
COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTRE. 

ERIC A. MACFADYEN 

EV 53433 34 Hr. Servlc* 

JAMES BAY 
213 MICHIGAN ST. 

3 BEDROOMS 

Yrei ran have Immediate i—g-tr 
*mn to thia eceivrniesiily localrd 
home. Has full hoeemem and aeo- 
arale garage. Full pne* $8.tan wuh 

nt w'L.ivr^ * u 


ONE BEDROOM 
OOM HEATING 
51.500 DOWf! 

ONLY $7,950 

Compart and snowwii-fa exterior, 
with matching garage. Bull) in llta 
and recently renovated Inhflien Ideal 
for couple. Cal L. YKO, EV 58557 


RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER HOME 

A comfortable home. Living roran 
with fireplace, two large bedroom*, 
large, remodelled, bright eiectrto 
kitchen. Gae range Included Near 
new aulu oil furnace and hou 
water tank in fall cement base¬ 
ment Gorge Park area. An axcai- 
left buy et 87,860. 

„ J. P. H. EVANS 

Star. 477-4483 Bua. 8854481 

SMALL COUNTRY 
HOME 

HUNDRED YARDS 
FROM BUS 

Three-roomed home, nice - mod¬ 
ern bathroom. Sfunno exterior. 
Cemetri fixindatloei. patio, step* and 
walk. Separate garage, chicken 
brawe and tool shed. Good hue 
service iop ya* from hrasae Nirq 
garden. 368 MILLSTREAM HD. 
PRH7E ONLY 84 908. Tn new ptena 
GEORGE 8 . LEE 
Raa. 4751808 Bua. IS-I4M 


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ISO HOUSES FOR Stall , ISO HOUSES FOt SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


NORTHWESTERN 

O 

II S of Victoria 

T E Ltd. 


HOUSES FOR SALE .150 HOUSES {QR SALE 150 HOUSES FOR SALE_ 150_HO USES FOR SALE 150_H OUSES FOR SALE g a jly (ffllonirf 35 


/ NEWSTEAD 
REALTY 
LTD. 

im government my.;: 


IU% MORTGAGE 
1 YEAR OLD 
PLUS SUITE 

F&fSUSSJVL TZ 

pun and V MM 1 111 

IIP. NelinnSy » ' lin ‘. •"JTZ 
Im «nd * Mr**#S _!• lb* 


I OWNER TRANSFERRED 
I PRICE REDUCTION 


This Fln« Home Future* 

• 

Modem Living Room, 
Beamed Celling 
New Fireplace 
New W-W Carpet 


NORTHWESTERN 

O 

R S o< Victoria 
T E * Ltd. 

H C I 

W U 909 
K R GOV T. 

S I ST. 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
899 FORT 
EV 5-1448 

FAIRFIELD 


A. BERNARD It CO. 
LTD. 

i 

655 Fort Strata XV 4 * 


3 bedroom quality man. among other DRIVE RY side-by-side, each s rm», hw . & Insurance Acency Lid. 

beautiful biimM m the Dropard 3354 B1SCOE DRIVE _ _ heal tarn. unit,.. Steady W«l< r-roraevrawvm mrrt 

Arp*. II year, old. no *t.p» hui . ,_. HARRY 0*300 per no. Well lor.ted. 010,300 •“ GOVERNMENT aiKEF.T 

plenty or .Soria. CAl end hot j9poi1e,a eiwdlllon with 3 _ Call IL COX. IV »-3«l 

• it healing ayatem which operate. ,.* mam fluor p^ua extra Oni.hed FOSTER OAtr n . v xjrvD-ni t/TVVW 

very mexpenaively. Living and din- me In bright high baa—ml. I.tvtng . ___ OAK BAY NORTH, VJbW 

ing room tr* and beautifully room, dlnlfif motn and Wtrhan *re Liu. LOOKINli t a vcnowvv a Apt* 

• upoinled with good wall la wall Iniall good mire and large aemi-arrtuded . Ontwaile "The Rav" Qir.r ITV r 1 ‘ara.’iji^rn - ^ 

hall. living and dining mom. In- 1 ft* at rror <4to«A MORTGAGE. * 1 n « _ . P^tta* roU renter* m tamlly hams 

I luded in the price litrhen and : a valla Me at price <* 1Tn Dnuglaa IV 111® JUBILEE AREA. There* not a 1 i^roto* w ith roughed in 


S WIN LUTON 
STEWART CLARK 
LTD 

a* BROUGHTON *T. IVWWl 

FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 


Sunday, Or rebar IT, 1941' 


HOUSIS FOR SALI 


B.C. LAND 


EV 5-6741 


•‘WE TRADE HOMES’* 


side-by-side, each s rm». hw & Insurance Agency Lid. 

heal trap. unltai. Sleedy rental*- „ „. , T 

KID per mu. Well looted. 010,300 173 GOVERNMENT STREET 

Call IL COX. EV3-3W1 

V ^ OAK BAY NORTH. VIEW 

LC ^?. I ^ ( U? R LANSDOWNE SLOPE 


LOOKING FOR 


eLmfmZ !>• finorm ar» nit. Two FuU-Siied Bathrooms 
gi—. The decor Krtart. TUa dalte p| us gink In Oflfl 

taT^ ^ ^ Bedroom 


. HAPPINESS LS RETIREMENT SPECIAL 

Spacious Separate Dining An Automatic Dishwasher CUTE XND COSY 
Room. Walnut Panelling, what b'■**«■■■ ™ ™£ >-—>■ ■«»*« *— 

Beamed^ Ceiling SS. S^JP^ST ZZTR 

‘ air era mod,n ' convenience. and haee 

Large Comfortable den, SES. - ^ ld “' tat 

Mahogany Panelling g-ft --^ AakijlI ^ c . sh 

new, iaree-twdn«a_ Iwwne. Alan ^ ta „ ..rorut,,, , nd apKdal 

Two Full-Si red Bathrooms £ view, cm, loan j^rr 

Plus Sink In Ona plara and bar. Piumhed R* 


utility ara very modern and a large $14 900 

“WE TRADE HOMES- S;in'^^u, , “. Uo A 0 ^y!0' ~ 

maJntalnad. Arfly lanMnped back!__, Mr - a * r « w V , «ui 

garden. Badrooma art good aired'"**• cv *' . 

RETIREMENT SPECIAL «< «■ 

CUTE AND COSv »Ti. h.ii ^ £ ™ UNIVERSITY FACULTY 

USSSTnr'to mST ’° r W -«“«'* hmna. iwe bedruun. and 

l^ealy. amalL 1 twdra«a baa* . “ *'*"■ » hB “ *n with a view ot the Mlvery 

menl home iltualed rkwa 10 1 Irana- J. M. JOHNSON aea. Well dealgned with lull baae 

portal I on and ih o pgf g with ad IM 7 W 8 menl and drtvadn garage. Oiwe lo 


Mr. Cara Reich-r 

KVISh Rea. EV K>MS 4 BEDROOMS 

7 YEARS OLD 

UNIVERSITY FACULTY 65x160' LOT 

Grectmia home. I wo bedroom, and PERFECT SHAPE 
*!> • JOS' ™» "KiKtd 1 h<ana la t 


: mark an thla cut* and coay. beau . tp » r , trm ^nnOter rom and hath- 
ufutly decoral ed home. JuM lha room in high and dry hnaemetU. 
I plan tar a couple aea ret, nag tor Lovely mature gardm »iW axrel- 
Ian M*y-li>-care for reurement prop lag fndt own. 
arty. Uuiat location. Thar* la a coay Price 122 500 

Living Room with Preplan, ntniea _ . rww 

Room, Electric Cabinet lurch*, with S'? .*%!£*■ 

ajulmng Utility Room, two Bed j* 15 -”- •*» EV 3-7771. 
room, and Bull, t ail low Baaanaai T , . _ 


I Auto nil heating, dint < yra. old. 


FAIRFIELD 


GORGE AREA 
$14,950 


■newt, to view, rail JOHN 
XV S474L 


Bedroom 


aea. Well deal pied with ftlR Iwae- J''^Zl^baca^!' tZ fan'll? ajb-wtJ * 1 NEAR COOK AND PARK 

^ *. .^v^ot *ti is? 

$17,950 2- ‘ n r ,d * “ d «r*2U* r * J- ao* >«««. «W. ermr««e«l 

Mr. Gordon Schenrk i S3, n'-^g ^ 0 ^ Coo^ Cr.* 3331 GIBBS RD. JfT* "^37 *S1 

EV 4.HS1 nr,. KV IGBd ^ ^ZSJSTJSTZJSL 0FF HENDERSON «H. dU 

, ,,,,, up with a wry IweMy prodeaWrnaJlv 4 BEDROOMS . „ ^ $11,900 

LANGFORD LAKE I -walrui tad t-dnv>m In lha baae rvt'nr J - M - T *> lor - W-)W. eva. WSl 


$17,950 

Mr. Gordon Schenck 


nice. It a a apdl-ievel with a 
lovHy living nan. oak floora. Bra- 
place, • t“ dlrdng room. Pratty kit- 


S' THESE ARE THE FACTS Um. tSAmStTiJ^JSS^S 


FULL PRICE $19,500 

CM XV 1*17 or XV a IMS 

MRS. V. ROBERTS 


shelbourne 
UNIVERSITY AREA 
VACANT 

Tbda l Mdroa*> ****** 

mint b* a^d Ownm ***** ** 

•an Lana living !«• p 

-aetrtc hl»chen «d 
Ladv aiLiu, roam Full prtca ■ M 


CmmG aitiuy roam Full 

Lw dawn jnym^ 
XV J BIT «r MMX 


prica mm 
accaglablt 


BEVERLEY QUINN 


'Four Bedrooms — Lots 
of Sp«ce a 1 Csbinets 

• 

Fsmlly Kitchen with 

Eating Area 

Part Basement—OOM 
Heat. 220 Wiring 

• 

Lot Ha* Fruit Treea 

and Fully Serviced 

• 

im Here 1* Your Opportunity 
^ To Buy a Below Market 
m Value. Price Only . . . 
w * $13,900 

• 

TERMS OR TRADE 
CALL N. HYDE 
479 1662 — Rett. 
3829145 Bua. 

VICTORIA REALTY LTD. 


I Aiking pcio» MtOi, rteM J 
SMITH. EVM141. 

DOCTOR WANTED OR 
PROFESSIONAL MAN 


Saduaha — auiat atraat. ™- 

ftctarwbgak aattiag. £j!I • ^ 

DaakiMa dlatrtcL S*T. ,1!*." 

Wall laadwwaad ba pond taaU v r "j— 

Goad Boor *En. Jr!. *. -J— 

Wired lor waaher/dryaT — aatro * v ““ 
large utility. JACH 

d-FL rrawl apare fully cwrcled. PADrv ,. 

!>w* la-taa - low ddaea yaowiwal GORDOI s 

1*1.400' 


• ’ XV 4-tUS Rea. XViCM ^ ihraa bed^wna 

A rar , fmd ka Hua lyaar-ar Ixana . up with a very lavMy p rnfea W n nallv 

la ahaaiulely IwmacaWa candittoa LANGFORD LAKE ''*Wnii ted hadrooen In ih« baae 
HM m fi. wnh * good hodnmua menl. Dnva-ln garage and utility 

living room wilh flraalace. dlrdng lSS-fT. LAK* FNI1NTACE room. Thla can be purchamd with 
roam and 4-gra hath Loraly hard- Madam, white ***** borne cai k reasonable down payment to a 
•end floor, ttava^haui Thru hall almoai 'wie ,era af haauUfuily traed |oad covenaal 


3331 GIBBS RD. 
OFF HENDERSON 
4 BEDROOMS 
DEN 


far IMa ewallawt. Oak Xaj »«X* utility 

farntlr hoan* alluatad is aa Nw 4 .n rrawl ,oar# fully c* 

loeatha Inr a dark* «• pmdaa 1-nw _ u>w dawa I 

ami man. AaproaMmiety lh» i*l.400< 

aa. ft. at living area mi lha main |,rm prlna od MM* 

Boor. cnmpMa wilh larga Hsdna ptiure J J. WILLIAMS 

run aad dlMag rum and thraa perfect buy — ww. at E 

good aland badrooma. The full. 

high bUTOBt haa • flhlahed LAST! 

rumpua with flrepiara plua extra 

flnlahed room far cd»<* ar had g fun haaenent boas wt 
room naw <41 Ivwi and lata > 

ASKING $22,750 •?•<* » • 

For full pari I a id M W am* appoint- IiT^munT lirwnlal*" 

V '”' ““ i0 " N N *"' by^bookahrtvea. *£?*£* 
KV W74L tnr kltrhMi with nook a. 


ilvuif room with flrcvlac#. dlninK 1M-IT. LAK1 FluiNTAGE room. Thl* cmn b« purohRiod with Thli mmt Bt«MUnc. aomc^M. wHl V L A _U Af fi AQP TM 

rtOTi and kadi Lo*+y hart Maim, while 2 * rpajon.nl* down payroant lo f m hnm* In chnlca am 1> i >etri ^ 

Wood noon thmudhoui T\«m hall almi m a«*ra af hjjutllully tr«rt |OQ d cwanul old Uvm* Room 20x14. amart 114,700 

'£h£: c '%X£ 4 SSTS^ price just $14,950 six r - iT^m W'x.a. *^' S ^ 

orire = i« : ^dv i ¥4 " EASY TERMS outMde Klh-ba doar. 4-pca Bath- h>w. full baaaro•« with lam rac. 

rU'n nV,Sm ’ W*™* n Gyvv-- Plaaje rail Herb Hodgmn, XV J-aim mom aad 1 snod atmd Badrnren, "“*-„«•* baau atae. HW. clao 

Call »M« _ Mr - D ' <y £? ret. IV1HB8, -Uh larpa SJINOKCX ofl Maaltr “t IflOsU J baxlroom, 

JACK GLOVTni K'd*a Re*. GRIdWl Bedromn. IWN with Saepter. an *^»L Sep. ihrape J»C3. 

PADnnMUlhcuni -- I lower leak, plaa Bedroom awd ,« r .. To 


JACK GLOVTHl 
GORDON MARSHALL 


Re*. CR 14581 r ®*- XV 1 IS®, 


WILLOWS 
OAK BAY 
$15,600 


4 BEDROOMS 
2t4 YEARS OLD 


WALKING DISTANCE 
TO 


loanr leak, ptaa Bedroom ama , .qrive. _ atr_ to view rail 

JNCX BATHHrKlM. Larga UliSy K,*f* , L HhndonMI P*:dM 
R.»>m equipped for Waaber and i * *" * X«Udnce Aplnr > Ud. 

Dryer. PLENTY OF CUPBOARD _ 

AND STORAGE SPACE Oil heal GORGE 


VETERANS HOSPITAL » 2SK?t£TS BETTER VALUE HOME 

MAIN rtOOIV PR" W * U" '"*2 are VERY ANXtOUS TO BKLL. *e thda apwCoiaa tlwmai bunga- 


room, family aim dlnlag room 


CAN BE SHOWN AT ANY TUd* »* wth baaamaM and 


Yoon Ion lha <*ay llviag room ara'e dining ranm Xlaetrtc Utrhaa, a "—aarvlca. Small I at awMIy mataWned ASKING PRICE th.M 

with It, Open fireplace flanked 1 nice hflmi Full harnmant Ooaa In eldmanUiT arhooia aad ^ |nw ImmedlBl. pnmea MRS. ELLIOTT, *v MBS IV INB 

hv bookshetve*. the aunnv elec had • flntahad ram with flreplace wglldag dlitanr* Jov*nn*r -W1 Kajiy imra. Call Mr. TatU. EXCU1IIVK LISTING 


GORDON HEAD 
LOVEI.Y RANCHER 
NEARLY 114 ACRES 


trie klirben with nook area, the CJtPr tltla. Good Item, may be Large d 14% mortgage available and gy l-M. rw XV,M* 
big mailer bedroom aad all the arranged Call tv * !44d advert!wd lor flm time at- 

^TmhSi-^k *£» GORDON MARSHALL 
EV»«4I anytime JACK GLOVER «yi«i ’ ° JuTtVIHH 


yami Bflly hpMM llnag 1W1 in!) 
A>H dmkg rm wiu Fnmm door* 
Two large hadtma. M*U aad 14XM. 
with larga rtmible doaata. Vaaiiy 
rnawonm Aim a lovely garden. 
XxcluMva. C- Cacpanaar, gh-tCK. 
anyflma 

Price . $12,500 


STARTER HOME 


ESQUIMALT 
2 BEDROOMS 

pm 4am wtu handla th la *m 

marolate H— t - * f ** , .. u J"**T *y 
aepamte living room wilb flrapiar*. 
Ri»my kltcheo. Extra rtwwi ens “ 
u»ed a* *rd badraam. Full kaaa- 
mart. kiva-W garage. AuMenai* 
ml heat. RmaramMa rndwhiy pay 
tneatha 


Otorr yea. bnt a lavaly^ aeeU- WITH BONUS 

tahea-rara-nd Baa. Far lha par 

mm whn ran a aa future mine- . . . - . ■ 

«tJ U clroll HagHTTaMirtMto L’lL **2S" 


furnace and naw nagger plambia* 

Myriad, at tract and ahruba. Bnb 

ataaiial dnara payment ragairad 


WHY PAY RENT? 


A way Ihafrnam bnme mu. extra Jh"!F- f ** 
Iu4. Modem t*birat aiaefne M LlTP 1 ?"?, 


JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
AREA 


MT. TOLMIE 

Bright, compact amccn hunt 
Fiat m maihat. Thru Hall, a 
Itirn Living Roam, Flragu*e. 

I role Dining Roam. Elactrtr KJ4 


d»'< Ptarh.1 Fall aablag *rir* KSg'. uSb jTiSTma *11M 

“ ^ ? rlc * °* fSTLS^T SSS« " TIL “™*- C,n “ -STL? 1T??AL FRIO?nl!tT ^ r . Mr. Cordon Fum 

by appaktaami dial aMtlL SMITH XV Mill Mka can TXD CHANTRH9 * XV *» ReA T 


3 TWIN-SIZE RXDMOOMS. tame 

Uahly Room, Pkge. Oil *W« GOOD VALUE 

PATIO. New tlrapi. tiro acre eft pprup r rubiTrrbM 

and mirror over fir,place included. 1 ttlMXr l-AJCATION 
Al» amau 1-roam Mm * oil able 1 M >m flm-room huaalow with 

fnr rhtld , playhouaa or wretownm. roc. tun In full -- A vary 

Bird kk. SEE THIS. |l *00 handle*, atwacivt. bright —Parlor w— nicely 
ASKING no an landacanad. <£t^M la Ook Maple 

MRS. ILL WIT. KV Mats. KVVSea worn area , mvy gong maldcfClal 
diatnol handy a town. 


SS. SEE leeforbes 

mi heat RmamaMa mimMy pay On Tlteifl 

roeatha 382-3541 

FULL PRICE $12,000 Cahwy Roma lalae MMil anytin 
To vtow, cU XVMill ar *M* tn.SM. Jwd wider H aero 


Ask lor John Molyard 

POSSIBLE V.InA. 

VIEW ROYAL 


’tvw nnYir DOUGLAS REALTY 

IEW ROYAL LIMITED 

Situated no 11 acre*, a I k. drawn lfll Doagiaa Mm- XV MIM, 

home with ail-w—tir beat, large) (Oa*. Mn i Bay Star*) 


XV F N. CABELDU LTD. 

1211 Broad kraal XV 1-7174 


- $13,750 
1. O. Brod •4-T6S4 


TAKE A CAREFUL IXX*K AT Xfll 
SREIJKNtRNX. RF.RK IS A VERY 
GOOD S fMDHOOM HONK. ONLY | 


EatnMlahH la II 


GONZALES 


$10,500 

NHA COMPACT HOME 


ELLWOOD NAULT 


STARTER OR 
RETIREMENT GEM 

afcM£MK£"3 

STMUaBJSLGS 

.Ml l ikv am am iT Mean* - 

adMmd a you fcr •If 

$10,900 

s? itut-ws 

KEN BAILEY 


$13J00 F P. 
$1,000 D P. 
OPEN TO OFFERS 


CTI SM. Ja- water H acre 
fuMy meat.gad acrMig' prng- 
ertr. I yri. aid wlfh I rvwa 
-aa' piaal A -aa' with 
(timiara of the aea. U mla¬ 


in SB Large lat fully devet- 

rnad wig. immao—ale 34- 
vr aid 4-hdrm. 1-halbmam 
home Raay n mu clwg High 
djaadm araa. martaay to Ml 


HIM llrw —narod uaf 

lefw*d naw ham. altmr-INn 
Ayr odd 3-hdrm. nn haw. 
hroaa. 1* win—aa to town. 

fltan XI acrea Tread and 
WHlally rlaarad Camkr- 
lahla Armd —Bar hem*, naw 
DOM plumbed WAP Owe 


llviag mom With Are—ara and a, Yrai won I —** 1<*K to view flu 

aa extra kwun a mulaga v-ilrh lnMd» od ag. it— charmer 

ran ha imtori Aablng til* MOUNT VIEW *"* 'n-uk* 1 Vadronm. 

View by apgantm— wdv Far NltJUINl VitVY The ««, lat M a bum-In tnvaM 

further lafnewwMaB rm* JEK3IK An— family ham* alia l-room ,i—d pirn Fi* grtoa Bl M, 
MrCRATH ar JDAN «T CONNOR aelfcmdaiaad to tow m*e to tom4 nni in RIVTVrmN 

XV A«41 ar Kvaa 47, aa. KM. halt A thru halt plan, larga 1RJIJU HAV1INI, 1\JM 

living loom with IT. toil dliitoa MH44*. ta*. MB-SOM 


-StoroT WtaI FHirx om3 Om*m r* „ ^amww rx.,, ww* OAK BAY!! ™CE . .$13,750 

a to, rail TXD CNAHTRK9 to *V Re*. EVW» F. N. CABEU3U LTD. a RITnRnnMt; J O. Bro4 *4-7084 

tXvm 1211 Broad fltraaf KV 37174 n _ 

x-awtahed la 1M4 2 BATHROOMS $10,500 

DOUBLE LOT T4 « . f ww* at u. FULL BASEMENT NHA COMPACT HOME 

SOUTH OAK BAY GONZALES 2SMT« STS^SUS aTf Ut 

SStoTS 1 *£* SZmJr IxrK,UOR - ,LMY TKilks - PR,CE ?T Zm **£•—oma**y:Jrt “j™ K m-mt 

Value hero la-uSl* 1 todronm, $15,900 Kiwben wilb aaak fMI ram— rir e g l a e a aad Oak Flaara, ltol! . 

The ««• IM la a built-in invaat- Mr. ROT X. HILLS V‘eT wan4. e atra raa*; -I 1U ■—rota kmMy-atoa DIMaa Room 1121 PALMER 

n— MW FMI toto. MAS* CV f MM W». XV MHI T *"-' ^ ■«« *-•' ■-?■«** *— $12^00 TERMS 


KV MTV mr Kvm. 47NM. KM. M A thru Mill pUa. U/|f AA f.V u .. nw v 

«* -J* .* ?». «■*»■ "*-'**■ mmm VICTORIA CITY 

AIRFIELD ELK LAKE .boom buhcauw 

XCLUSIVE d rto gara ga. to«l*k —aTy ik inpn; HI* and dry KmaUat, *V* y*a 

a a tor i * id aad aaaeroi to* fraea 1 * RaaHy A toxely ho— will 

j z TsrLMj smz gfiHSiK; 

rTilfl^d NtoTa r’chTto tog ONLY $14,950 00 toSta^Um-iT'h&tiil ” rf ’ 

SlaTtS JS w . VIM. XV INN tovllm. Jg ^ WFl 

ZZZ COUNTRY ritirement rZ 1 „J2} R0Y E iH L lc S 

IM. Stopaa ream wd> la ptoa a year rniA whlla aidlr* ■— JT'— h-tMlwd enrage anl hew n# all, 


FATRFIEID 

EXCLUSIVE 


ELK LAKE 
1<6 ACRES 


VICTORIA CITY 

■ BOOM BUNGALOW 


ST Sin 'ZTJZ ZSTZ gorge - 4 bedrooms 

I are ear ground Poor utlllly room you Only e Of* town buy* thla nice 


i «S SUVB . k-” Cl 

— Sa» «7 mTmS COUNTRY RETIREMENT *£* SffV+Jm ! 


extra rnom r -l HA .—rote toeUly— DlMag Room 1121 PALMER 

-LtotoUto. tofM.- TW*., Frtc. «, ftohto -kh Xro.«*t N- $ 12 J00 TERMS 

R. F. HARRIS “« * v mVt^rES - ^ — 

XV 17114 ar GR t-NH ■lenoal family tone can- aa od * 

BARGAIN Ikw hau. living roam Wilh arm 

vq-vv) out-iy-M** todna mem. 

GORGE-4 BEDROOMS JOAXJ Cierfrte cab Inal tofctan, Bpiec* 

nUE “ * *1000 DOWN betoronm, 2 bedmoma on the main 

Oity K.m town buy* thla nice , _ __floor and an extra bedroom in th* 

bnme with roaaonable monthly **> LI- tUII baaeraetM- Otl-O-htodlr h"l 

menl*. Good aim LB wilh TP. a tl ? rr " 5 10 " *^ Ur bealiag Snana -am*e 

Elec'. Kltoflea. fhaeOe (ml Baae — y.MKl bum*, lea tori* EXCLUSIVE wUh tiro. U Oan- 

eiew. oil p a rha g* beating Harry ao L Larto Hato’' ■!. —c* Uvaa nun*, JSB-M anyttma. 
dnvvb), fl—n with nregieca. Cahtaat dec 

Price HIM ule litrhen with wnall Dbtoag Baorn UPI-ANIY? 


DICK JAM EH. EV A MB 

BARGAIN 

$8200 

$1000 DOWN 

I have ton I In lad lida Tull 


V*f\ haa* evar a**o. oak flu*,,, ralaad home with maaonahle monthly *•'- L/^ v *' “P* '* !** 1 
'J* rod baatth. Baay larnw. Very r e*- itucn Co* ala. LB wilh TP. "?*■ “TT *?*S. lDW ' 
.“L; amehte monthly r*tarfadl* Elect. Klhkaa. fhamle (ml Ham *»**■ 


_ . — _ ** * year _ _ --—- --— — 

,hc- ha»"wm to haa—a* and m aggrnx. X cere | hr,, aetund yau run Us 1 t—a fro- the aedong 

new afcnhad tar a-.- LB. oah Mac kil Dr.to gar— —N d Mf *1— 0.11 TXD 

im Aataai —y DA— and I her* ta FC tumd , DOM lama mewi. no CNAflTBKH to —aw. —-144*. 




dnva-bja, 

Price HI M 

R. F. HARRIS 
XVAUT4 ar CRT2* 


HI — Law p p pm r t 
gev a— *-rmd aanUea* 
—der home. I minute* to 
beach Naw ooad, aauth 
Oak Bay. 


GOOD! GOOD! GOOD! 
JOHNS DRIVE BUYS 

«l LKHLIX: A toady tow badtaam 
ham* lei r— a ng gnan I a a* * a 
*uwt araa. Oaa and a half bnl*e 
W-l war* yaw iaagaeiian. Only 

sar VBTA BAT BO : H*h eroe 

Cadi in may Dd . thla to Indaed a 
—y bam*, —lad * a drtighi- 


a IU.BW man gag* available Fae TAXE*. • toil* flu* lean, 
apprintmeada to utow. call FRANK — 

CARR. EVM7C. Full Prtcig 16,100.00 

Ur Daelaa. XV 1*7*4 aariima 

-UNIYBRSTrY" HIGH QUADRA 

Watofg d-tona. from grt—,, ESTATE SALE 

n rt ■ ••••* _ . - . - - 

-tg from tola l yanrMd. LI* *5" — j*M 

If ft Hvdng run with *e*l.r, hi* hamt I'utotota Winn*. *ai 
Catona, etoinr im—a torn Mat and plumtoag Na* and rtona 
die,eg area ifhro me toa. Mnd. Bona gtoag aaagad tod 
bam. FMI kUh —unto bon— *—» T* «.P"' 

ctuirWevi • adarro^i atom tt*4 a wwgarM tow at 


C N. MONTAGUE 
CO. LTD. 

Ml BaMkard at Fart XV l 


VICTORIA REALTY LTD. 
716 View St. EV 2 9145 

QWNER LEFT TOWN 
BARGAINS 

Only com* one*, ao hurry to view 
and toy thi* l.M *fl. ft- “■ 


UNIVERSITY 

QUICK 

POSSESSION 


mne JAMES, EV M4« 

STUCCO DUPLEX 
OIL HEAT 
$750 DOWN 

Aar* 1 * yaw m ri—ly to lie* to 
'to bnaw j Madron* SoMa and let 


UPLANDS 
SEAFRONT HOME 

l mealy na*"n . ,*fi lag horaa 
itwiad an a tor* tod to* Bar" 

a m a Mg. Curl— antaunri 
, laewa irvmg aa— with own 
•arogtoro. gtotog jo—. flvewtar \c 


C—— tocinT Mto — «*•> aad —toag Need aed rim. ROCKLAND COLONIAL **'**'™ ^ 

dteieg arro 4-Flero ptnto —L , jn-de. Bnaa gutonto* aaagad. tod DOCTORS, XSECVTIVES l,™, Hvmg-todh* room, to—y 

bam. FMI h||b to n nto hog— UT* -tojand Bl nm. mabaa , ( 4 hatha LA FP, kflrlwn lhraa large batoaawiA tato- 

chfldriei a pt a/ rmni. —a*— «* • MW *« DR Da hu* kit f--g araa Inn lira hath and haaaaawt with 

tartime. drive-in garaga Lot Only $8,950.00 — Hum I Family room. FT ronpw raa*. garage. Thla han. la only 14 yean 

I—ly frocad with Fa- troan - J _ . —_.. .. ) rp fwl ton.ua- a* „gr —you* aad la aet on alee large 

!£L* 9L%il9 Walt*.. XV ABB •*>«- Itltarad, btoM ^rw^ i^rt— M ^ 

*ro • - * t —to (ton* ha d* ... .. 1 U wn new tread mdtwi tom, aad lha aakiag ptVa tm —y 

Mtrwtad tar th# 'Waned ariru dim— eargmi. (MOM.ilr 111.— All oto" «n—arod- C-f 

•d IMTS*. Chi LKN LaOOtfX „ , ,\T , _ 14M Mr hey KV *a*oa or Mr McMahon 

EV s-citL FINANCIAL SURVEY Full Price — Cl.M0 cBMdflL 


A lino TvaarroH tame to Iraaaeror the uagar 3- B ad ro am —to pay tto JJRIJ* 
»I# cmdiiem, attualad on a fully r ato tot h aid— ha»# larga Llvtog , 

■••** • 9* ** - ^ "lilch you Rm aad larga family Klt rh m w c * u T 
■J 1 - ‘y '* to n, am—a * an fMI row eel —•***! -naw Ml heat 

,. L “*. tod . Itotogand —in* room, -aagarata aaatan-gtoM dead-am 
large electric idtehm: 1 bedmoma, ■ treat 
i bathroom, and a to to full aim EMI Price tit — 

f‘"‘■und Whro 1— aa* * f"'J| DICK JAMES. XV A MB 


fit nan a ML Mrh 
•d with acta* room,. 
Ami garar* Prlh* 


LANGFORD and OOLWOOD 


Large living—dug room, to—y 
TP, kflehan. ihrae-taMPt badraawt*. taw- 
ton piece tolh and haaaaamit with 
max garaga Thla ham# la only 11 )»n 
w young aad la an on ale* large 


REVENUE PROPERTY 
51000 DOWN 

—atom toga-tar—tto Bad ex. 3 he+ 
romna anto Mu (fla Mltoena 


CHOICE LOCATION 
3191 CARMAN 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 


FRED ZELON 


_a. FMI arte. OK— 

Ijm CRAJcrr.nwxi re ■ —11 in 
row— a* marly a half area ad wall 
Irani i*ag. tMa dandy ton la tonn r 
hnatna la a Meal at BXMK Tri 
»■— tat.ro Plena# «a M toghc- 
•he « *■". to* give — • rail to 
*lto Jto *« MMtdt 

Aik fflr Jfthn Moly*rd 

NORTXWEXTERN IKCIRJT1KS 

LTD. 


Ruth E. Huli-hem. EV4BII 
GR A Bad 

METCHOSIN '* ACRE 


THESE HOMES MUST 
BE SOLD 

OFFERS WANTED 

J nwNXR flAl BOUCTT a he w 
hront Non ha to mto«!*m m— h 

rum,-* faLTsa rs. 

LOW down paymanL Whet are yaar 

Family TRANliKRXKD' 

Thre ar* vary angina* ta a*n Bwir 


gonealeshill 

LA RGB MOOBRNDBD BOMB 
Maay malrtoaaa Bralarta, lam com 


FULL PMGK KI M 


'^aJZlaSSZ'XaZ: HIGH DONCASTER 

F; <*d » to' Tartoto M0K » Aettoad hrona rtro. 


JUBILEE 

lmm*rul*ir. no—«p hungalror with 


N* drtv* by* ptraa*. 


artth * lo— —ro paymto'- 
MR. HEGEN 


NEW LISTING 
ESQUIMALT 
2 BEDROOMS 

1 da w* have th# aanorlmllv 
ti» offer you Mich ■ PKRIKCl 


SHELBOURNE 
I'M Sin 

MAKE ME GLAD! 
$8,900 

Vacant and needing a lkd* 
lmagma i iaa tag lat—arapog. 
Thla ha— to a teal ftod at 
Ihl, prical AudomaUc baat- 
tog ] hedrooma idea bvtrto 

name and anany Idlchen. 
Mia— ntarlad. fha Dun 

T—ton. 

CMitny Harr,a ha la. Ltd. 

ohr-dsn *a — 1 


WATERFRONT O-mwto bwT.Bm. Shn. to— 

92 FFFT ImmadlBle pun Maa Fall prtral 

miromr. »■» «4— Call DOftlX AD ABB. 

OVER HALF ACRE bvmtii. 

at ha—tfldty landacagad aragarf y 
Ibadraon hdM with 

th* Ban— exgermvrThdtotd Bed)— LOVELY MAPLEWOOD 

hrattag ay—rna todlt right I* the 

Tf*7_ * toll-l-H. fctotolh ggarlnua and Immaculate, thi. 


■■Tito CADBORO HAY REVENUE PROPERTY 

LORNE ATKINS LARGE LOT «00o DOWN 

-T.T4 Rra : XV 44B7 NEW EXCLUSIVE Mato- -data,atato Btorx. 3 W 

Her* la * reel coxy hanta alltntod romna —* dda Oatabni Mitoena 

. « a large 'WHR7) lamdwanad wnh tomato ma A— rdf to—. 

k*. The IciCttttoa afamda am—ag Large lat. Ctaa* In pUMIr and hdgh 
____ diiUaca to a goad beach, and I, a— Ona aid* praaanUy fa— 

1 - RKOtannw - miiiwatlT f “* *■ “* UadvaaMt,. toi.ptoa lor BMB wr month 

Idrol tor S2Z5 — or with ruu - **** **■ m 

R3S: SS StJ-UC LARGE OLDER HOME 

A charming 3 twdrnoaa atuco* ham* ,"!* °* fldfll DOWN 

wilh btoltln garage, d ptoce hath- mZZZ*a*??a*£?' it— 

room, large li-vwg roam with agm ,*M ■ 4 F* u “ | bato tra .. he— rot man at met 

B re place, air. bright kJtchan tank *?!]? Throtly ktorfem wnh 7—W area 

ln< nut nn a gardm with golden wnh ntoa. Auto oil 

Biotea lining the walk to th* houae. L 1 — * to Qnl . T> *” M • , MI .ronaal naamg m MmraiL Da ah id 
Th. garde, braat* partomilariy tm, . m L - < - Si “B 

Pam pa, and Lavender bwhe>. » 4tP^ Gtoto FMI Prlro Bd.gto FULL nun BS Ml 

Hirdunad Inara through—. Ofl beat *■ **“■ *■" Jff , , npR OH-GRAVE. 

™.*rsrw“hS.*: , "to-tod - « j»iui real 

■-2T 2Z STia TJL— 3 •BEDROOMS — Qnkta*roam Aro. 


» tow.) .end d-gro. .toto. tm. WANTED umniumn 

n. nmdll— L*k—II Aatoaa j** "Umar — thla laualp jtaednr ' K-N-OC-K S 

C l BUM, farm a. “If — T I"; “ RG * 

ARTHUR, EV Atoll anytime {■■•Ja will taka aragerty « ntder batll older tom i gtauaied SO 

* ' "■*"« CUNVXAIKNT lo Govamment 

ire a balanro Ltatag at to* — HUga . and hraudrta fi—BSj 

y L “- A - __ . _ Vtoitgia. ThM I, a VERY SOLID 


W right, r 
KV 3 144L 


,! ROCKLAND 

« WITH SEA VIEW 

, Elgbl yeura a4A 14*0 aq fL <d floor 
agarr Idrte living roen with ftre- 
r plan*, dkaing roam, large modern 
g kitohro. utility tor automatic 


and daaa to «.»— «*bm. QUICK POSSESSION 

£ The .ddroa. to » ftod.r A.. 2 YEARS YOUNG 

ttaming — from th* rtty H to I TNi tarn* aitnalad aear th* (ml 
*lraaW peat lha Unlearnty Baya' Oak dlatnrt. froturo. Thru Hail, 
j, to-bool on RiclBntmd Bd i Cmna * — ttadnmma, ate# Llvtnr Roam 
r nut and uk* a look and If you with Firagigr*. CaMnrt Klartrto 
wldi call me after 7 pm. at Kltctam and 4-pca Belbraam. Th. 
' FV umi tor arrargemeffl tn crone ,ac*ll— Baaanant lui a large 
1 itilde. rerwlln room apar* and OU-5 

Matte hrattag. It I, afl—ed an a 

—--——— *"d bd an a galat euldwaat aad 

ha, a carport. 

"$500 DOWN”' **«“■ «>•.“ W 1 H «md la—a. 

„ UaU RRUCX COLKGRAVK, 

BUU.D YOUR xv fmsi 

DREAM HOME NOW 


r-S^^Sr-hS AND TAKE ADVANTAGE ABSOLUTE SECLUSION SKi. 
dl tmaanwet and rompua Ot $500 NICELY TREED ACRE M • 7»v«y 4 - —ca 

8 33Tk WINTER WORKS BONUS, “it tar proa— m— r a yrora J* 

5£v5a WM ’ : CUSTOMER rm^c"h^3^ far ta^: ZttJEBL2S?& 

a -He,. tv3*« PA w R s^™ N ZL^sr&’sstsS sZ'ZWEPAr* u 

MANY FINE LOTS TO ZSZmy.^^SS *Kxr 323 Govtr — 1 

mnner rtmu L f™ y ■*'«**. pari in natmai Mai. 

E RANDALL LTD. CHOOSE FROM. wH^jtardanmtoiroti.g. a nd ex tra --- - 

HOWARD MITCHELL “SHoRm RY OWNER 

^A K .?? Y niHfHr GR 94*18. SEA VIEW SUITE Naariy row. rau-raj mWncA 

% F^Lv"hr£S UNIVERSITY REALTY ONLY $9,750 _ 

ROOM. * BATWtnaiB r.R 7 UT.S 'ftddntom Suit* la 4 «dM fmlhd. lari* llviag racpn. ■ tri Mto 

IURDXCK. Th. )■ aa GRT 1855. .Reach Drive. Term, if flreptar* with raitod Mala hmiriJL 

, 1 -y—-tadlt tame ----— roqubrod. Ideal be- retirement heeSuhd large tatrt— with —m 

Hat Baer Max for larg* r * n J* r ruibm, KVA3dB. Icnalty pine cup—a. A-ubl. eu,k. 


TEN MILE POINT 


viaaoria. B C. 

Pima* <73-173* 

Ogm 'HI 4 pm. ktlmdaya 
Kata. ftm. Mr Rami tort. 413-3 


VIEW ROYAL 
NEW! $2.(100 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 

Make an appointment to — Util 
iparking new htmgtli w Inraiad m 
lie tow lax view Rnyal areg Thla 
large Ilvhtg rirun with mi a&nr- 
latg# living mtn with an abao 

tlva Ariaona alandMoro Brepl.c* a 


it. Bara, ehtel— ham*, 
g nu i to ta Fall prtra 
. Oall DOftlX ADAlig. 




ERIC PORTER 


ABLE TO MOtIRKKKXPIHG Thera g»n 
are thraa aet, od pi—gro. The tori; 
HXAflRG gYgTKhd t, neer new KV 
ML AUTOMATIC ROT AIR. M— 
nf the WXR1KG — bean RK 


age Full prtc* 
Ml. XV 3 *400 . 
3 14(1 or edfice. 


or Harold Ware. 

. EV 3-3145 


home With a mlMton dollar view 
PR1CXD AT Fl» Will cenatdar 
• trad* for 3 or I-bedroam tvvne 
in Oak Bay m neer Beacrot Hill 

Park. CALL MRS. ItMTgOh 


XtARTXRnr ftmRKIdXNTHOMX. * ‘ 

-Vkn^«^v^M V, dMTr 14 YEARS OLD 
raoma.bo^tmd 12 ROOMS 4 BATHRMS 

£ rouke rf n^ * be.ubfldl* .pgol.ted horn*. Lewai 


unloue ha— haa everythin*- 
Cnumry atm*ftaar* with Cliy 
l Kiah lueetkai with 
parfc-Hke view,' L - ahaped living 
room wilh heaulifid B r , pla c e 
Dream kitchen, larga bed ro o m ., 
full heaamwM. rac. raaan and 

mm luded hark gardm Almnet I 

Immediate g n a a amloa aad aaateei. grr. 


nd the WXRIKG — keen RK- __ 

SS? g^JES iOaK 

GE0RGE R^ a LL LTO 


DtFFKXKNT 
_AKD LR 0(4 THE 
ATfNO ARKA IK xrr 


board*, and a drrato tdllky roam wSd Vnel. .« wtZl w—"*• r »'l |Wt f * to™ rBOHT EATIRG ARKA IK KIT 

Ton'll mama B.M dawn aad IT* *mr “T" Call RKV MoARTHi/r, KVBtoll r«a», cm. irn*U: LR. ITKM' AhD 

ma—i an — balanro. Why gay IdSitoge toga •*» at «5fSta ThK KKDltaOaa kundkci 


LZJi _ Sw to —to Wh» atr lBtaw PRICE —ana 

—Mh an Hm balanro. Why g*7 Mrotrotr <d 3B.M3 at Mto. «*e thU Uma. 

with MRS. SIMPSON. KV 3-3741. 

*a 2 «) Nortbweat.nl Xarorlllta Ltd. OAK- BAY 

(tall — RvVbit to kv at— “ WILLOWS BEACH 

(P.X-Tan may —v# M Bwv. to*) Rir U/T.8TC . .. _ 


MARY FRASER 


THE BEST DEAL 
IN TOWN 


BE WISE 
GET $800 


A modem »-bedroom, full haaemtbl 30*0 Doaglaa Straat 
hetna la "Ulto near <xmdll*t» . • • . . . . r. . ." 

FOR ORLT B3.9M , ' * * * * ’ 

M ronrtgag*. taxet Included |* I2M FILMXR IT. 

realSaniiar 4—Srt* ^h!t ’^potto*. ' Prtv by thla aunctive *•»«-; I 
hnmt haa oak floar, llviag and din- i hadroom. .pm-levta home with • | 


W# guarani** 1000 to ba paid ta roua 

you if yea tad Id thla wlatw plui chet 

mar* m«e*y galmd whan you deal Tbit 

dlraci wilh ma. baiad th* hulU.ru In I 

Final, mil ua ta dlanun detail■ out 

and glv* yea a print aad advise fat mei 

your new hrona you wlah lo btdld and 

or huy Be lha oral ta i*i th* beat. Cali 

KARA FI COHITRUCTION CO. LID * v * 

30*0 nougiaa Straat Ph. — «r, _ , 


I^rraly riuorc kurgatew with full 
baaamani. drive-la aereaa and 
new ail h—. 3 bed romna, ig-ft 
living room wtih nreglaro Dmtna 
room, large cabinet electric kit 
chert Include* fridge and ranm 
Thi, h-aatlf*l roar—ant tame la 
tn Immamdat* aondltion through 
nut. FruOad tat on lha back lure 
maay fndl traea Hat la— I1J0 
and — tldl; price amly Bl.Sm 
Call LXN LeDOUX. KVM741 or 
ave*. EV13ML 


THR$K HKDRDOaa. KUHDRCI 
CAR FORT AND MARY MORE 
EXTRAS 

KRK THU AND MANY MORI 
A3 LOW AN m m DOWH 

TRADES ACCEPTED'’ 
GR 7-160$ 

Glim our Conat. Ltd. 


$12,500 GOOD AREA — 

FAIRFIELD SOUTH OAK BA^T 

Kxrellent Jr* nf m~torn,dng At 

tr«rilv# living reran and dlnlag ku, v *Cfmoder 

mem. ptaaaent Wtcban. 3 had . 1?°**.-^V? 


•»#**! tor narh a FINK LOCATION 

amM Vlrtnrta a hlgh riaa aaan 

"—to. For detail, and ta "tow „ . 

maeae dial Cliff Hroteh. KV 3-3143 OAK BAY 

taria* Rroli? Ltd*'**”*" ^ * RFDIlOOMa. gKP DINtNC 

L" r) ? K * ,lly Ud _ I.ARGK3T SCEK FAMILY HODM 

RUMPtll ROOM. I XATRROORB 
PATIO. 3UKDCCK. TM, !■ aa 

NEAR JUBILEE X 

THREE FIREPLACES Smi,^S i«-*iy d«i«»ro k. 

rnron — enatala*. A ap—. (—»■ 

hena mi a smallw tot aurrounded 
by *0 new borne*. IM— Ry 
TO* wall bud I "aid Uraert' arlta fall aggaudm—, A Klm n e n , XV 34— 
bat—era caa be a rharratag I ar or adde* XV I BM. 

A bad ram* fully bo— to t—Id ha 
aaed mm a ho— wilh M— 

aSSLVi'K-.'rj-JSl uplands 

dlnlag raaan and th. third am ta Law tax** <4— n*t> ttv*a y«u lha 
lhe croy den. Laietdrv tortUtlm moat haatdlful wirauvUif, ta eojuy 
•re off the roomy ga, kitchen The Ufa ki a ram tanatae. bat wal.r- 
nwner, art moving out therefore heafad taune. Ttm, badtr—ta. dan. 
Ifa prtaad ta aril' AtrorOr. term, rumpu. room,, atoa aeimrota dto- 
to a rood oovec.nl For full par ««“• XAige formal living rotjm 
llculara to to view, roll Jotoudon P">»l* garaga- /*"»tog 0 bar* tall 
A Co. Ltd. 3H-3471 anytime and toll haaentmt. tco^ Why buy rt— 
PI— adt fto LKO VAN DYK. ^ “(UST-T^ l£2aTr2 
mnrtgage u| 1%. Viaw by appalnl- 

- .—— - - ■ mem only, 

A. KI roman. XV 3 toll favaal ot 
_ office, KV 44—. 

*700 DOWN! 


CUSTOMER 
PARTICIPATION 
WELCOMED. 
MANY FINE LOTS TO 
CHOOSE FROM. 

HOWARD MITCHELL 
GR94818. 

UNIVERSITY REALTY 
GR T-1855. 


the daylight baaemeot fnc an extrg 
room. KXCLUfltVK with Mr*. L. 
Cummin* l*!9l anytime. 

B.C Land ta lnauraaro l gam j Lti 
— Govtr— R. 


■HANDYMAN FINISHER'" 

• aiKijuior _ 

•X LARGE BRDRnOMS" WESTERN wlSZmirtm 

Orotto new war,In, — * HOMES LTD. ^ 

town He ha, na lime la BJ FORT KTBKKT , "atrm 

compiete rennvati*. So far — rxnrr kt—kt ^ trauratoBoa HadarodKLOng 

atuesa exlerlto. cement -*■ —~ n * t»A iwwg. 

ioJhv ” wlndo ‘" fl u i - -ROCKHEIGHTS” ’ *"*“ *" 

tdllty^ extra 3 pro tai'h. "EXECUTIVE HOME” --- 

SSSThd MTf?iw ,, KS!; "SWEEPING VIEW- mrvAwnvt 

offered at the low print of 'rarir — R. t 1 1 paclmt He- MILr I A MIL, l I 

**Hy 33.UB thtad dmea gay- 1°* ta B Ha tovet y 148 Iniiigaliiii tut t iurq, 

mro* renal rod. (tall J**r* J—h rat he r .. A k. thratmtou iri-tAjktfva. 

mSb to -Ssr* “* w JSwar * s\ aevs 1 ^ ^ 

_ Bta—m F P, rtmdar Wa have the homa tar you. Gtv* 

Set?, , T gl *T r . h,,rth - J—A_ cut» u, a mil ta mam you the 1 bed 
II AGRJ33 Tvl*' 1 hr °S* 00BI —u, 2 hath— <■« and down) 

idtnon, Aat ™ nR| Jto- N* towm.nl. Rumpua with aagarata natraanau a madam. 

rou f! lM i n «ura«i«r ootHtartahle. h— built 
in 3-mito rtrcle TRKMKW- 20? * irv, * gk J*** tar hntnn It la a*w with aubatantul 

* VIEW prngarlv. Protatal ?.Tvr tabtata ! * HA "w»1i»«a •<«* Kddrml. 

•ome wood! Thera ia a ussmi r ' *^ m ' ***'* 1 * 7 - * v **- Among new home, and rtnaa la all 

A older 3-hgttam haunt nanvmiianrou Phone SW-BJO. Kai— 

hrltfu kitchen, dining araa ConairuoUon Co Ltd., 3030 Douglaa 

iv living rm with flrenter. JAMES BAY Street, 

HEAT, WARM DRY BARF- ^ 

rT and . healed 3-BXDRM . i^ 1 * 4 “---~” 

ar -et!^ EIGHT SPACIOUS 

r-m.-rite^To^^ll ROOMS 

. Lor.men KC ltgfl to ?.***; .“g 11 ?. J*-..” B ? T I- F* 

line Nlrfvi, w-3o*n 9*m* *a»i*m. IMta a hadmona. nr V taro rail tto pirn 

tinny Rrrna flelee. MW “"J Inraraa. then — thla ap-ttadat* 

w™t rna££ CK. hl1 !S ■* Rroaharry Term, art 

~ " ■ - --- "G * to. ran down. baJanc* III P.I T ra 

NORTH OAK 7UY rteen. aolid home, and*wall totoefl ^Ytw'*« ^Sertva *■ 0 "^ 

4 BEDROOM “«*■■» ™»>Mg“irSTib^M^ 

V A MTT V UOMF |«en Hyland. 3t3-3t»7. avat. —-MX. 11D —ir, gun., metera, TMa li 


or any ot our rapnaaniallee. 


exhauat tin. etc. Rundartc off dtalng 
room and Mfrtgai 4 good bettoanrr i. 

I vttoty huthroronu RonaBad-ln rac. 
mom and men for Mi badrooro tn 
high bamneaL Purgoat oak floor, 
IhrooghoU. Near TJaivandty, acbont, 
and trananrtatiiaa. Bad are* ll.om 
ta BMH Larga K H A. nvatgaga. 
Early ana—don. Pbooa fTT-3B. 


BIG FAMILY? 
INLAWS? 

AND ONLY 17700 DOWN 


riL y ..r , r.,^r , v * ry mad r, r , BUILD N.H.A ' LOW down payments 

tractive fireplace, large cabinet S*. wcrw^crouwa°oiCr 3 HOMES 

x*[ta kHttaaa. I tarto btarnran. * T L*FT! WITH OWNXR PARTtCl 

irhaihrramv rtl hro 1 . 'immacu! PATION WK CAN OFFER 3 BKn- Jama, Bay - 4 RoomJ - |7»0 
• crauLUon. fully iroutat^d Ajk ROOMS. FULL BASEMENT. SEP- J—*a R«7 - 4_ fta°"Q. - I* «d 
t price, B2.BA. farm* to he ar- X RAT X CARPORT. SUNDCCK. ^77. 3 

cited Bart Gratia*, rm tal IHB *OOn FxATUHE WALL DOUBLE Ctal BUI ludbury. OR 3-110*. 
ntataa Age— aa Lad. BB4MX SINKS rAN. MANY M O R F. 

- EXTRAS' WE WILL- ARRANGE RANDALLS LTD. 

YOUR NHA. LOAN! ALL WORK 717 Pandora KV rSn 

SEE 6% FINANCING home’ call now> 

LRK WARDLX. 4T7-M; OFFICE WHY PAY RENT? 


RON 8EDGER 


■idared. Aatring ahly III. tain 
Detail, by eallliia FRANK 
BOfSTIELD. KV M741 any¬ 
time. Northwaatarn Securltlea 

Ltd. . . 


FAIRFIELD 


920 GARTHLAND 
(OFF OUlaFLOWtRl 


NrTRTWRTTXJE Vary httraotiv# tew bad room Mucm vaaatii. int 

IN UK 1MKI1A.IL tumiulow Pleaaant living room POna tatbta, 

$16,950 with Dreptaca and ad Iota lug aua 0‘dnh ^aale. 

room, gaparala dining room Cabi-, gEORCK rj 
to -w ^ to. rt^trtc Hgmjmm | * A " KV 1( 

A hnataTor waroUh Ctrodrai ro- «'o«« Plumbing. OAK BAY 

2K? r? rtiSJTSR 5 «.l , KSicx «lb. family home 

room and fatally roam down. Larga P a JACKSON REAL ESTATE 
(idly lanced ML 431 FORT ST. KV 343B ANTIME Local km dot 


fS£".„2TiJ"r„Slr5i l SEE 9 % FINANCING hjw; 

-si arJssa“ssrs. a^sssf-“K5SJ!?« 

'Jl’Jf! r °°™ nfaS 4 xito' LOT BUS AND 1MOPS AT 

•dTnlnfSr'cSr a™um“Kto ^NLY^mM C0I< 

! MAN KV1 r u ' • m mua 1 

. ,,, _ . „ Vlrttol* Realty Ltd. —- 


FRASER 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


- - - - WlLXlKgtfl an ajbv. FAIR$IELD $10,900 j rv-nriTi a auxey none. 

'AMILY HOME Alimiat a 14 acre. 1-yaar-oid 3 -bed Modern ataecn four room bungalow. P'rult tree. Fenced lot. Vic 

room madam tan—low. automatic nice alia ihrtnl room. *ak floor. High .feu__ 

Location do—t mean averyUitue all hol-watar beat. Tull batemrat prope rty working groplac* Two bed Call hL F< *^- *2122!' 

- but It halpa and thla tddar t rtta large matonay-paaeMad Iran IP^-.. 01 .. ^I^ tolo taiohro Ctdray Home gulee. mt-SMl. 

bedroom, baaement bra (Blow te pot roam Triple garage. Qdr—i >«W Wtot gib «*tom 

Ideally loro ted on a quiet atraat rwv Fruit tr—. Ctumdetaly land rot—nd fa rp—, tdl MatfA wlva- - - --- 

In rftk Etay. Th a ta mer hat wwgad Hanly 

purrheaed and la agra ta rata tile. (LS.000 Denar CRMM •5 tto .S5 UH0B8TRUCTED SEA VIEWS 

ortrra or tonne with ttooo down. -- - - - -- irap* i 3- **AUractiv*. dlauacflv.. g-bedroom 

Asking $10,900 GORGE ® rJTVS* SSSTLr'Si'^S 

A ^ v .l r * a L rn Z!' r'-r ‘ un « ,l 2 ■ M " * OB - **" ■_ _ 


QUADRA t 

A in— at dHtinrilv* rhann In a rAI 

leadaregad aaKtag a atan.a throw RENT? 

dlnJnc r o t— , 3 b*droomi n min ORDER YOUR NEW MOME^NDW 


WHY PAY RENT? 
$8,000 

Wilh Mfln down payment and 
073 per muflth you ran build 
up your equity In thla 
immaculately ipotlee*. rider, 
Lhedrm. 3 Barry home 
Fruit treea. Fenced lot. Vic 
High area. 

Call M Fortier. KitSM. 

Ctdray Kama taaiae, at-nsi. 


II ACRJB 

1 Badroo m a . 030300 

Within Ami to Hrrte TROdEN 
DOIIg VfKW pro—1v rattan I 
with tome wood,. Thera ta e 
enund rider 0 -hatKm houaa 
with hrltfu kitchen, dining area, 
roerny living rm with flrenter* 
OIL MEAT WARM DRY BAfW- 
MENT and a healed 3-BEDRM 
GUEST HOUSE. Such well bent 
nroperUa* a* ride raratv cron, 
ra the market To view call 
Gray Lnranaen KC lflgg or 
Adeline Nlctui, «>-3D*n 
Colony Home Heine. 333IWt. 


PRIVATELY, GORDON BEAD 


AND TAKI ADVANTAGE OK NOT Fnf full piilteulin Bud iMinlnl a may four room iluceo Vimlo* itor A Co., 

ONLY BUYING DIRECT FROM menl* In View call JOHN NKFF Silh W| baramra" Swara awd ■ 


OAK BAY 
$12,500 

A UUto baauty 3 bedroom* on.main 
gear - tamlly mom and extra bed 
•oom down. Ptoaaa call XV 3-3T17 ar \ 

DIKII 


TNK BUILDER RUT OF THE WIN 
TKR WORKS BONUS OF INF 
RRCSON AND PINCH HOMES 
Call riterte, Mnrrla. 

47b2dl I anyitma 

FULL PRICK ' 

B.M 


| LITTLE JEWEL 
1*6,400 


drira-ln —toga. Would ault a re- wn^Braem^ 3*—* THETIS HEIUHTS SUBDIVISION 

limed couple R* tann,. New. modern, s-bedfpom name, 

Ph.me Hrary Hope of R G. Dtahv J" 1 •» uVr^nreaiSSe ^STh na*7 arttoola For Infurmatlon ph 

k Cn. Ltd., EV 1-Otl, Eve, r *d bftok and Hi* nreptare wilh .j.™, . „ p n .,_ 

(5R3-U31. relied hrarth. knollv pine nip- *** * " rn « l " _ 


NORTH OAK RAY 

4 BEDROOM 
FAMILY HOME 
- DRIVE BY - 
mm KE1.SKY PI-ACT 
AND FRF.OFRirK NORRIS 
iCaroe In If open) 

$32,000 p- 

Adult enlmaitgnrat and tyka- 
to-leen family rokiymrot 

LEACH ta 3PARKS LTD. 

KV MU7. 


STARTED BUILDING! 

FBEDROOM UPLANDS 
EXECUTIVE HOME 

CALL EV 3-4117 

FOR VIEWING PLANS 
1JEACR ta SPARKI LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 


I an aulelandlttg npparamltv- 


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 10 -4 *>**■>• PI—0 owner at XVJ4S3K 

WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING -----— 


THROUGHOUT 

1 bedroom*, rumpu, room with fire¬ 
place, full baaemrol. Only 3 month, 
old to to aero. Aiklni 023 300 
Old Marina Meadow, Road. 

3 Mock, above Pal Bay Highway, 
ofl Tarmar Rd , 49-3M. 


SOITTI OAK BAY 

1*0 PER MO. P L 

T itl—ly clean ofcfer hnma 
I nna -vary oanraaM mJv 
located—F.G haa— with 
OWI heat—Bl.iaufit pjeaa* 
cell Lea mg 0S5JM1. 
Cnlow Bo— Balia, IRFXB1 

anyttm*. 


" ralaed hearth, knolly pine nip- W30f > A H PWalpa _ PRAIRIE. FOLK. SEE THIS FAIRFIELD - $7,900 1 i’rmi to *"tt«t claar 'titie” horn 4 

- bcatrda In " kitchen. Aulnmallr nil OLDER TYPE HOME USTAIRS Sto 3-badroom horoe, full hate- Atlracllva. riean and ooav Utile J Pror B- NF 

heat. VLA, approved 3LV3M hedrnnm,. nn baumml Located Uni- m«nl. extra mnm. double plumbing, bedroton home Full baa*menl C H HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
1 raah. Owner. IM-lfcd aflar I p.m. vetatiy area Now rented 03B per Ampler, to acre, fruit tree,, ahruh,. Invaly. larpa valuahl* lot Saner,'. t3fl View EV Mfl34 nr KV 4-T3M. 
w-'weekday, month. ItaOTl. GR7-320* etc 477-0M4 nrag* Nir# loratlon near — end -- ; ■ - — ~ rM - 

Mil --— — — _ — Rea ran Hill Park. A Im could h. 7T>R RALE BY (W7NER. 0-BEn- 

nt FAMILY HOME. ON ESQUIMALT 01*.«Ba SXAV1XW 3*1 CLARE. >ARGX TUDOR• STYLE KAMI drete with thi, real lonldnf Hill* iwm den. rabtaft kitchen wilb dire 
B. Rd. Ideal fw -enrorl hejel akn ar monf Thraa bedroom tana. Ph 4 bedroom. Double laiag, place. Call HXLBrt WEBB. M5 J47L tng area bvlng rtrwn. nut deck fufl 

I office- BV3-143K 3SA43FT 0X 000. ISM Ouemlrtwn Ava. JoBnatoa ta Co., rta. ITT KM baa—rat. Price gU.Kfi. GR MH' 


YlXW Rq YAL-ngMRDLATl KAJ.K 0SB-JS41, 

KSTklf SSt SSMTcSS M| - SH1 

port. Nearly Keif acre of troad ae- ' 

cl ml to Low, low tax.,. Your op- ----- — 

S -rtubty to gat In for ny II V0 Eta* —idly bona, tonal, d wear tab 
own payment. Hal. VH per month, per pari nf Yafe*. on gulat at—'. 
Aaktng IU.300 W. are interroied rinae la all *pfmoU. Baaement. • j- 
In your otter No ratch lt‘a a good traratlc heat. up.rite garaga. apr.- 
prnpeny Phone GR 7-«8tS. lea, throughout flidtabto tar larg, 

tPAimrnrfri c-7onn or « y,rt * ot •* 

FAIRFIELD - $7,900 i.rmi to net dear title hntitg. 


DUPLEX—$8,700 


caah. Owner «o- 


PATRICIA SEDGER 


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SAFETY 


3$ Hally (tulunlBl. h ouses for-sa u 

Sunday, OtHbir IT, If 65 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE l$0 HOUSES FOR SAII ISO HOUSES FOR SAL* I ISO HOUSES FOR SALI 150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALI 


HER A STEPHENSON 

1JMITED 
Broughton Slree* 

EV S Mil r)»y fir night 
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PEMBERTON 


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381-8126 

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"FOUNDED 1837" 

W COLOR PHOTO 
WINDOW DISPLAY 


t SKAV1EW 
; PROPERTIES 

jp »$40 BLAKENEY PL. 

»• 3 BEDROOM*. J BATH 

ROOMS .RUMPV8 afid 
* GUEST ROOM 

Ci.SO# 

• 3160 POLSON TER. 

_ 3 BEDROOMS 

Sei»rmi* Duvng Room. 

L»r*a Family Kitchen. 

- 618.300 

7. * 49.18 SKARIDGE DR. 

-- I BEDROOM EXECUTIVE 
*- HOME- 

. • ||M won! Ml luxunoua 

living. 

gnwn 

CaH Mr. Green 
EV MW 6 . BV 4-E3* 


OAK BAY 

HANDYMAN S SPECIAL 
$4,500 


TAYLOR SPlTTAL LTD. 

830 Broughton SL 
S<*-I3M 

FAIRFIELD $14,700 

New listing 


D. V. HANLEY 
AGENCIES LTD 

(Formerly Sxartrii Realty Ltd ) 
S 2 « DnurUn Sireet 
MS7781 


SPACE GALORE 
MODERNIZED 
OLDER HOME 


A wnrnv roay bungalow w.th 
natural flreptac*. aeparat* dining 
room, good aiaed kttohan. a b»d- 

Ther# la i M tn h» dona RUT I room# andtwlh nn lh» main floor. __... 

THERE IS THE LOT . which I Full cement with an extra Thl* new hating "nun many fra- 

aim* l* worth the price being mom, 2 -pr*. bath, rumpu* I as 

; ,km. ExcHImt location. Each, ^IrnKmU, i ensuring 

Mr. *~d M»» ls * 1S « - ^ *•“ C ™‘ ^ pfffi Inr^AsSSra 

.1RYKR, TWO 3-PIECE HATH 
ROOMS. 4 or J BEDROOMS 


CADBORO BAY 
EXCELLENT 
BUILDING SITE 
2564 MAYNARD 

Older home, could ha demolished 


GORGE AREA 
$11,900 $2200 DOWN 
580 PER MONTH 


TOWN & COUNTRY 

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LIMITED 
Wl Dngglaa SI 
382-7276 

FAMILY HOME 

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C. G. 

HEISTERMAN A CO, 
LTD. 

Realtors Since 1864 

i 2220 MIDDOWNE PD. 
$21,750 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 


JVM IVmgla* Strefi 


J1 SI COUNTRY HOMES AND IS? COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES PROPERTIES 

I DON'T LlKE TmYHOUSE 
BUT . . . MAYBE YOU DO! 


BOWSER-SEA VIEW 


wont shop and aulnmatlc oil fur 
nacc. fenced backyard with asanrl- 
ed fruit treci. very handy lo PR1- 
! VATE SCHOOLS. Buaea and atom 
An atlracllvely decorated bungalow ar# rloae bv 

Only (11.S30 with Terma 
Call Don M ea.gr. GR T-JT 1 S or 
EV 5-7781 


...... ... .POUR BEDROOM HOME. •Mayfair 

(.replace*. FULL BASEMENT wilhj irt- p| U * |*rge living room large 
klichrn with dining area. Utility nr. 
»xl*r LOT, GARDEN and HtU]T 
TREES. PARKING AREA FOR 
CARS OR TRUCKS. Sun family man 


... _ __ a qiurt atneec Newly decorated 

tn make wav for new bulldlni.! throughout Thia la an Ideal borne 
Pored for quirk aate. ' [f>r a couple Living room with 

ee QOO fireplace, dining mom. extra large; 

kitchen, two bedroom*, utility mom 
with 11 ,5rti down payment I All oak floor*, oil H i heating A 
A. L. WAGNER 471t?989 rompact borne with fond, clean 

living accommodation. To view , 1 
ghon* 3M-1.W or 382 *71. Stan 


or retired roupl*. Priced for quick 
tale al (5.730 

call B, I-udtow. EV 1-777*. 


OAK BAY 

BY CARNARVON PARK 
$16,200 

Three bed mom home overlooking 
the ' Park. Living room and din¬ 
ing room, attractive kllrhen wlih 
nice view. Full cement baaemeni 
with rumpua room and area fnt 
additional bedmnm. Priced In aell 
with 13,000 down. For particular# 


477-3g8h 


4 BEDROOMS 
$10,900 


A. L. WAGNER 


CORDON HEAD 
•fcEVEL LOT 


If you have a family and deilre Ihe 
faribtiea of a aparloua four bedroom 
home, you mual Inapact thla prop¬ 
erty. All ulllitlet are In top rand i 
tion with new automatic nil healing 
and electric hot water Evtanor la 
1 rouble-free alucca with a durnul 
roof. The apntleai Interior feature* 
One* lo I he bnapltal A anug. older l 'wo spacious bedronma on the 
In* abarco bungalow with good -1 main floor and two bedroome up 
alzed rooma. Radecorated and floor ; atajra. The entertalnenenl-alred Bv. 


JUBILEE $10,900 
$1500 DOWN 
LOW TAXES 


aired rooma. Redecorated and floors 
newly fug died Living room and 
dlnmg room, large kitchen. I bed 
rooma and tola at cloaete. Full 
cement haaement, neve wiring, cop¬ 
per plumbing and oil beating 
ayatem. Drlve-lg garage To view, 
phone Jag-tMt or Ml-Wfl. Stan 
Gray. 


- SPACIOUS. 1 M M A C U LATE. 

• broom hungaiow *’■’ 

• hadroom in haaemenL separaia 
dirnm n«rv 

a k XL**tE: TV 

Mn McLean 

- xv tea 


EVMWl 


OAK BAY EXCLUSIVE 
| OIL HOT WATER HEAT 
TTSg CAnBORD BAY ROAD 
| VIEW BY APFT ONLY 

j Attractive OVALITY bungalow In 

aontlrva r arfgittr«i Inaldr and nu 1 

Thru halt large living mom wlih, _ _ 

fcMeheiL TBodrm, Full-Bsmt, 10-Yr. 

tiled floor hathroom 1 nice bed 
rooma, oak floor* throughout. Full 

haaement, healed rec. room extra , lf - „ . hn _. 

plumbing, cooper pipe Lovely 1 , , ^ 1 . ^ (he mia h dealred m fkm 
amalt aecluded **rgen Near (h * " lui r " , d *^ f T d , *7" 

L'pland*. Rent value 


NOTHING DOWN 
IF GOOD CREDIT 


Stucco Bungalow 


$16,500 

Mr. Fatt 


aalea area arroaa from Pemberton 
Park. 3 gnnd aized bedronma, large 


Ing room With Ha warm central fire 

C lara and goiden oak rVmra. lead* 
> a gractou* aeparate dining room. 
The brtgfd electric cabinet, kitchen 
eontalna an expanalve Youngatnwn 
unit. The nandymar will an Jay the 
heneflt* found In the full cement 
baaemeid which provide* ample 
i.ece for a recrealion mom Taxe* 
only ins nri You will find true 
value here bouae 1 * vacant and 
ran be viewed at your convenience 
Call Reg Sr hu maker anytime. 

m-vm or nC 


ON THE STREET 
WHERE YOU LIVE 
$18,900 


e&K BAY I bv mu 

FOUR BEDROOMS 'vtFW ROY AI 

Thl* ARCHITLCT DESIGNED ; IE ^T ROYAL 

home, 1 * yaar* •'"**' $16,500 

(XI a ouiel CUL-DtSAC cloa* 
i,> Oak Bay village. Trl - level 
- riengtl wM ITpRWW" 

* and bathroom on top level. 

DEN or aualy. W »•«« 
r<otn with li replace, duung 
r,»gn with do« t«j«* flfc 
_ - uwn.au amdec*. DE LUXb 


EV 1H53* kltrl^n. r 'l pr e bathroom. Spaced* A Quality family hemp *Uch 
more room* In twmmmt If need a , thl* one could not b» re- 
ne. Large kit with vegetable garden. . . , , 

I tit v*t placed today on as beautiful 

Robert MrAdami SW IMI or fTI «SS3 strre , Cj0nkH1 J Ipad tor 


KITCHEN 


c °t>W*£am< 


_ ai TOMA TIC i» 

T- C. A R B U R A T O R and 

C. I'lHlty roam a »1 


FAN 


Imagine a modern S bedroom , 
home and only M id per month 
taxe*. Suacvaia living room wlih 
open fireplace, dining room, eon 
venleta kitchen with built tn dove 
algo breakfaat area, knfrance and 
Birough halla. Full baaemeni. rum 
faua room. Drive-In garage 
Term* lo ault buyer. ; 

Bill Fetmn, anytime. WSM 1 I. 


54 ACRES WITH 
'» MILE ON 
MILLSTREAM 
DEU T XE HOME 
COTTAGE AND 
DOUBLE GARAGE 


imuch less lhan $22,000. This 
I home Is 10 year* old and. 
(•onsidering its condition. It 
is, in my estimation, belter 
than a new home. The floor 
area is 1,300 square feet and 
inrludea 3 spacious bedrooms 
with roomy ckwets (hard- 


TREED SECLUSION 
PICTURESQUE SETTING 
QUIET CUL-DE-SAC 
CHARMING 3-BEDROOM 


JStaeM t few mmule* north off QunlicuirT. 
Sarreiwllh amall. partially flmxhed 
cottage. All .good garden land. 

Cily water and paved road. Beau¬ 
tiful view armaa Georgia strati 
F.P. *7.500. Tarm*. 


vanaiy bath. khiU haaemam with MO ANDREW PEARSON, 2 « 372S 


O^K BAY 


r-«n romerwe in. mm- aw MAGNIFICENT VIEW . , 

r rTvton 1 *'^ o oTm 'whh OF VICTORIA Inomc Saluting imi* living *rnnm i wood floors I, an unusual liv- 

ReCREATKK* w-ny m I wlih magnlflreni healllator fire- .. . , , 

» -rJiAaKJ; a.'—.— Ihreebedroom. home place. Led dining roam, de luxe! mg-dming room plan leatur- 
-v naoe room wun™** 1 - allualed <« Rm-hhelghta Avenue, rahlnei kllrhen, aoner 4pce hath Gw, an .(tractive ftoor-to- 

"IH«W th „ Wrty home command* a : room. )wo l.rg. lidronma up. rw*n n " ^ IIUU.U^ 

VJi. Jf.IT* * •£*■ magnlBrmt view nr Victoria and j for more In full high haaemml celling, railed hearth flre¬ 


ined room family home. Aeparal* 
dtmng room, large electric kitchen, 
K.C. baaemeni J-arga yard, 3tttl«7. 
Pnc* *11.900. Term* 

JSU-777* OOlca C. Sinden CMISI 


BUILDERS OWN HOME 
4 BEDROOMS 
FAMILY ROOM 
DEN 

You can I* Ih# proud owner of tbia 
new da luxe 2 -atorey horn# In a 
quiet area of the (Jnfvendly Diatrtct. 
2 ,M 0 *q. B. of living ana. oompria- 
Ing large, carpeted living room with 
aeparate (carpeted I dining room, 
iDoor* lo palio off dlnmg room.) 
Beautiful panelled den I with flra- 
pl are i and aeparate family room. 
Kitchen with built-in range, eartair* 
Uir. diihwaahet. etc. Nice, apanoui 
hnght kfichen nook UlHJty room off 
kiiehen. i-pca powder room off a pad 
oua. alale ml ranee hall. Carved car¬ 
peted a Lairway u> 4 large bedroom*. 
Lpc* hath up and 4pre hath off 
large master bedroom twtth lounge). 
I^ndacaped with aubtlr garden light 
mg and fascinating waterfall. Double 
garage. W7.W0. Terma To view 

please ran 

Law* llollllet. office W2-T27* 
re*, man 

Chat linden, office MO 323* 
rva 479-41 S3 


OAKLANDS 

fn lid* apai-oia *-bad room, family 
hum* yuu will find 1.300 »q. fl. of 
well-designed living araa. Oomplr 
manfiag the large Interior In an 
rxceileig 77*3 Iff lot. Many Bn* 
features Include Mair living room 
wlih raised hearth fireplace plua 
In line dining area, doubts plumbing 
and finished rum pan room. Conven¬ 
iently close to buaea. achooia and 
shop* Asking only 114*00. Call 
Bert Ralph, *713111 


This attraottve Ivans twa OAK PARK PLACE 

apariou* mtranre hall which I (Off Shomdiffe) 
leads to living room with bay 
window and view acroaa to 
Olympic*. Dmtng rflom. a grind 
bdwimnmi «ilil 4 - p trer belli. 

Kllrhen has built-in nook with 
laundry room off. Full baaemeni 
wlih recreation room. Nicety 
landacaped lot with fruit trees. 

For appointment to view call 
M. BLANN 1 N. «v«a. 1S5-L195. 

GONZALES HILL AREA 
CUL-DE SAC 
$29,800 j 

Situated on a quiet, treed, rul- 
deiar. the beautiful garden 
■urrouadt a moat appealing 

K a conalatlng of ipartnua 

g room, dining room. DEN. 
kitchen with wall oven and 
range, bulll-ln nook, laundry 
room off. 2 bedroom* on main 
floor with H* batha. Down 
atalr*. 2 mar* hedronmi and 14 
hath, roughed-ln rumpua room 
with fl replace. Doubla attached 
garage Foe appointment to view 
call MR. BLANN1N, eve*. 

EV J-1196. 

JAMES BAY 
4 BEDROOMS 
$7,900 

Here a a well-situated horns 
with Iota of accommodation for 
th# large family. Nicely decor¬ 
ated with new wtrtng and 07 M 
furnace Low down payment will 
handle. To view call W. RAVEN- 
HILL at SO-DOS or H. ATKIY 
at nun:. 

LAKE HILL 
$11,500—7 YEARS OLD 

A vary neat, aturco bungalow 
on an extra large lot. Large 
living room, fireplace, oak 
floon. Cab. elec, kitchen with 
dining araa Two bedroome on 
mala flow with new la full baa* 
ment. O-O-M heaL drlva-lo 
garage. Immediate posies* Ion. 

To view rail H. ATKEY. eve*.. 

USDS car Wm. RAVEN HU 2. 

•van, 183-lM. 


I^x-atcd In Sidney cinae to achooia. 
manna* and ahopn. thla J hedrnom. 
3-year-old hungalow feature* hard¬ 
wood floor*, fireplace, auioenaim 
heat, carport ft <ou!d ju*L bn wh*| 
you are l.mkmg hr' 

. .. LIST PRICE *13.1*70- (TERMS) 

A PARKSVILLE BEAUTY 1 . Why not niii m«- 

856-JIM K. Droat *563471 
Gordon Hulme Ltd. 

Sidney. B C 


Dils nearly new home la Ideal for 
family. Central hall. Outstanding, 
living room with Roman bnrk fi rc . |- 

hall in aparloux living rm. Sweduh 
fl replace, dlmng room - aundeck 
off family da* »te*-. c*h kitchen. 

Iiroakfaat area, separate utility rm 
TTiree had room a and 4-ptere colored 


Auto oil healing. A moat attractive Immediate pooaeaaioa N*i 
home on large corner view lo( in Full pnc* 
village. Phona or wrile u* 
pointment lo view. Full 

*14.141). Term*. __ 

- DEEP COVE 


,or *P- fiHft-I'- Huiche*on. EV 4-RS79. 
I pace r»R**v* C. N Montague Co Lid. 


1133 Bianahard St. 


U3 4JO 


kl jd, rvSlJ-JI eTamr- magnlflrrot view of Vlrtorta and ! for mkre 

-- anl IxTDlJ-c Gorge Vale Golf Conroe Ctoa* ts which conUlna Spet. ba'h and the^-i... __j ...nnv rahinpled 

age apace unupo" ,n " ..hi*, an d buaea. Exrltlag fro I heal oil hot water healing ay.tem I P‘» c * aJ * n ■ Sunny CMDineiea 


t %sriSvv 

* ICHUIY—NO DRfVK-BYS. 

HIGH FAIRFIELD 
Hod*m Split-Level 
Jlancher—Spacious, 

Exciting. Artistic— 

A oranmanding *^1 

>, acre witg uaicfeaiaped H»" (rt ARi Y 
and distent «el«r view* from UAh HAT 

- STmctuded *u^«K-.^<»!» WATERFRONT 

— fl *d borne l» «B»>y sl(h mdr* 

tunfx rumpus wtth i $29,500 



wig grrokfast nook and threa 
large bedrooaoi. pH* *fcf»e »* t * | 
m ohtmhku. maiM beortxani 
twvtng its own 2 pc*. vakltsb A| 

- private driveway lo th# garden | 

> an* 3-car port, ploi extra room i 
- iv a boat and trailer HMwi 
X Ward HI. I yean young, school* 

A.; lllWMrt, £" ..eoeroua i. 

vT Itrv .A ,^7J*!SL li ■ Mr. Speed I 

- mortgage All ’hHao close In 

w ’n town for only C7.W8 . . vm< 

£g by appointment, ptaaa* by l PLAND. 
ahiming Mr -uiBaaro tMg^l rrpT.ANjn? 


fexclu 

^URAL PEACE 

And quiet 

JxORTH QUADRA 

- An * t tract) v« skbi aturco kua 

galea* in a aetUag •* emaraM 
green lawn, aaaciona groaaa* 
'3 tArga total, ad bm water heal¬ 
ed grMBbou** Alao a larga 
aviary and a garage All In 4 
■ sealing of rose*, flow*re and 


lure* Included -larga living room ' available. Separate 3room ronegv, kitchen with hreakfgat BTCB. 
and dining room, haauliful rablnel aaparat# large dnuhl* garage — . .. . v._. u.. i._~ 

kllrhen morolr Bled bathroom. Secluded natural surrounding*. Low , ln P ruJ1 D,rnl n “ 

•ecluded aundeck off dlnmg room, down payment congenial family room a 1 «r» 

carport, full haaement with h.fh- ASKING *34 mn I “"*7“ 

room. attrarUva tendmar'w ThU R<*ect McAdam. IW-lSae or IT7-4S13 with fllTplACff, and the n*- 
la an **crtl*w tayaf only I main IDE *p«r« it U yet U 3 V- 

t™ arranged to «tt rtienf. FULLY FURNISHED ! developed. If you are look- 
Dwner !■ troroferred lo Vancouver. CORDOVA BAY 'OR IDT 8 home 113 this price 

Sn!rW.r ' m ‘ RETIREMENT COTTAGE range, it would be »dvi»able 
Btti Fellas *»MU for you to consider thi* one. 

\7 ^"Si,a^*nX“’KJ24 73 PlMse call me it your 

aeverol new iiem* of furniror* Thl* convenience, Byron Bishop 
clean and seal home contain* mad- ‘ . __ _ 

era bright, cabinet kfirheo. double 182-6895, or my office 385-7761 
bedroom, bathroom. uHHty room, 
larg* living room and nuiranm All i 
In new rendition. alluaM rlnee lo , mated nn a large lot readv for I 
ih» tlplanda and with ■ «pec- ih* gardener wlih arporate garage 
lanatar era view should be rai and tool abed Nat taxe* only 1)3 
ytatr "mat a** - ' Hal Larg* and *rc year, 
altroefive living roam, arparot* asking nw 

dicing room, knar *t*r kitchen Robert McAdams vs* 1311. 
wl'h tndlt-ln alov* wail ov*n aid Rea an*M* 

numeroua cupboard* ulllfly room. | 
iwn Iwln-atae bedronma aad hath. I 

*21**81 fSTSL ^3: 

lota nt spare toe extra room* FROM LARGE SUN DECK 

Generous I arm* 

EV5-M11 Mr Hamlttno -p,,* attractive. * roar-aid Hurra 
huagalow I* situated Is a qolat arts 
an a larg* lot Living room, dining 
araa. kitchen. 1 b edroom* Mid 4-pre 
haihrooen on the main floor. 4th 
hedrosm and potential rec room 
down as wall aa additional atsra. 


ANDS 
UPLANDS 

FROM $47,500 up 


UPLANDS 


are*. Shrubs and patjo la I ha front 
11 a*d In thl* aro# hr ln- |, rff mn4m - k «| a* roar Im- 

w* betl#»e that we [ mediate pomaaaion If aecaaaary. 


Having apeclallatd 
many year* 

are heat fitted to ten* yoair 
need* hero *413i*r to buyln* nr 
selling Promnt allenrton wilt he 
given In your anqolrtea. Flees# 
ask tnr 

Mr Speed EV 6*411 anytime 


. ajgiNG mm 

lAdt McAdams M 6 
Re* gffdMg 


FABULOliS VIEWS 
4 ACRES 
$19500 


shrubs to profMjdR. MONTREAL TRUST 

The house i about M M«" - _ — 

feat i baa living roan mto Art- 1—1 ,on * 

place, f»o bedroom*, larg* dm- 
In* room and spannsja latcMa 

New d i OMn tl bat Mr bawl. ,™_ __- q™.,-- — - 

r KTroid^ ZTrvZfJSZ I 

AnH f* 


BYRON BISHOPS 

WELL PRICED HOMES 
IN EVERY RANGE FDR TH» 
PARTlCt LAR PURCHASER 


1 «MS 0 »-VMW Royal. U. an 
am vlnw, I larga t s adroo sn s. full 
iwamiHii. la-baw sidle or revams* 
3 years yotaig. 1.R8 a* ft-. 14 
rw. to town. V L A. Try a 


RETIRING T 


THE YORKSHIRE 
737 Fort Street 384-0514 


OAK BAY SOUTH 
BEACH DRIVE DUPLEX 
ESTATE SALE 


at) B. rumpus room and extra 
2 -ptaua vanity bAthrm. Ck 1 - 0 Malle 
Iwait. Carport. Extra large oak 
treed lot with well-kept lawns and 
shrubbery. B*4ng offered for the 
find Hme. Full price I*.MO A 
NEW EXCLUSIVE t.LSTING WITH 
DON MUNRO. V« 2988 or 477-1706 

CEDAR HILL CROSS RD 
3820 PALO ALTO 
$2,000 DOWN 

A moat attrartlv*. clear bile. 6 
REDRM . NO-STEP home that U 
PERSONALITY PROUD Loaded un 
a aids* street. Ige bright living rm 
with FP and Frenrti glam doora. 
FULL-SIZE SEPARATE DINING 
ROOM- Good Molly katnhen w!14i 
rthla 3S dnk. Extra ogtooard 
■pace. O-O-M tow- p r e aaura G-E Mto- 
nars, Roma M to Bulling eg tovety 
rasa Sap. garajr* with Iga amraga 
room. Full plica gtS.MO. Cali Xwi 
isnasn. R*M or MMB0K 

CEDAh GLEN 
TWO BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
$2,000 DOWN 

Thla vary s!*roc**va hungaloe Is 
Just a fe*> months old and like new 
thmughout. oopoalte natural, tread, 
park Ilk* aaUmg with view. A per- 
ted 1MI. liv. rm with ittowan* 
faatuia wall, flreolace. glroming oak 
floor*. 10*13 L-Mwped dtomg rm 
Kitchen wlih huht-ln range and 
nven and Seswrood aablnass; 3 ex 
neling bedraia, 4-pre. vanity bam. 
Full romeeif bwnt with 270-V n< 
tot tor power tool*, and fuel-aaver 
O-O-M heat. Omnul be dugllcaled tor 
asking pnc* <g HI Sue Pb. Mania 
Lund. Ml »1 anikmc. i 

ESQUIMALT—3 BDRMS 
NEW LISTING—N.H.A. 

RwttwICHa. de luxe, apeidou* 
Full hamt. Vtowa. Tcqi rondKion. 

See nia tor aura al only 119 S 00 
Vain* hero Oalt Mr K MacFai- 
lanr, M4-3M; rag 3B4-74TT 

HANDYMANS 
OPPORTUNITY 


11.250 square tret eg apaclouf living 


MRS. COX. 712 ®727 on 1 fcrr# wltti ma view LJvirim 

R. TH WAITES AGENCIES LTD «•"" 

e' — - nwn. 3 <**uroomj, 4 -pifc# 

, lasth. • 2-p«rc* down. Modern ma- 
| luqtany rwtanel kttr*Mai U haw- 
mrog. automatic all hswi piped 
wtota- Garage. Fruit tree* Land- 


Box 214, Parks* ilia, BC. 

248-332* 


COWICHAN BAY 
SPORTSMAN PARADISE 

On TWO ACRES nf gently aloplng 
land with PANORAMIC VIEWS OF 
THE SEA. thla TWO BEDROOM 
bungalow Is the IDEAL RETIRE 
MEAT HOME fur (he FISHERMAN. 
£>«« .‘"dy °*E MINUTE FROM 
FAMOUS FISHING GROUNDS. This 
TWO - YEAR - OLD HOME h»> a 
LOVELY LIVING ROOM with 
11 F. A1UATOB FIREPLACE 
MODERN BATHROOM hig F.LEC 
TRIG KITCHEN with BUILT-IN 
RANGE AND OVEN AND FAMILY 
DINING SPACE. Thar a to a 
SPACIOUS HALF BASEMENT with 
LARGE CRAWL SPACE FOR 
STORAGE. AUTO-HEAT AND 
DETACHED CAR PORT. Aalcng 
Il 4 83n. E«ay Terma. 

DON ROBBINS-384-0531 

Hagar A Swayn# Ltd. 


N-aped._ *19,5oa_ Ownsr, *44-1137 

•fKMP LAKE LOT WITH - ** ? 
-SHORE FRONTAGE. Intending 
ouldlng local inn Just « mllaa from 
villas* nf Sooke. haniv locatlnn m 

S nd burning and flahlng. Pr,c# 
thfl Half cash down am) monlhlv 
payment« If required. Offer. In- 
2- F Flnlavenn at 
385-3435 anytime. P. R. Rro«'n and 
Sun* Ltd 

DEEP COVE 
North Atamrfi 

1 \ aero lnt nn district water ling. 
Close to marina 

*5aw 

»«-JII» MRS HORTH M114M 
Swthsetnn. Steamrt Clartt Ltd. 


132 


WATERFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


This Boa old 4 hdrm. home located 
to the heart <g Oak Bay MUST BE 
SOLD ffaada dsnmibg and a mod- 

Praaanting tor to* first time a l«*aly I brtotoeo. Lonail* la Ida*! heal 

ham* Mmlty stated tor a red rad or 


ham* Maalty 
working ooupla. This charming and 
cosy home baa baen exreoOonally 
wad wed tv. Nothing oaada to b* 
a park to Impexrv* th* oondUMm er 
comfort af thu bungalaw. (floor plan 
■nf-- of living roam w«b flr rpbsc* . 
mil*ran dlnmg room, two bedrooms 
and a **ry modern ratanM kkebao 
with aatui Book. Nn atapa to eUmb. 
Lovaly lencad >ard alealy land 
era P*a Thu home baa rharactar aa 
welt as charm why nu nsaka a 
point to aea U now: The lull price ta 
neilv HS.wn Call B. LAW LEM at 
1B-T37« or **24T3. 


SHELBOURNE PLAZA 

4-room bungalow. 1713 Ctuiatma 
A*#., aluaisd in • qutot nmghlioi 
i«.d wtihtn -atUn# dwiame of Lie 
.hooping Ibatrk-t. ou^-maur heal 
new furnace new wiring No baa* 
narnl. separala aarage Nlca gmjoda 
near Ulie. Da Muglple Luting Now 

a 

» rv 4 4171. 

$17,690 

la llva asking pri' ■ Kg thla mn- 
ulaiaty fmuhsd tamgka'M oonatau« 
<i rive hadrma and iwo vanity batb- 


taC lUUnlerTUDtsd view at naming 
ahipa, islands, straits aad men* 



BASE MINT WITH DRIVE-IN GA¬ 
RAGE AND AUTOMATIC HOT 
WATER HEATING) LARGER BIDE 


AND AVAIL 
FOR OCCUPANCY 
This la a rare opportiaety 
acquire a fbto duplex home ta a 
prosill* arm FOR FULL INFOR¬ 
MATION PLEASE CALL H 
GROT* IM-QI14. 


ATTENTION HORSEMEN 
3-bed mom horn* nn 2 acre* over¬ 
looking Palricto Ha.v Adjacent to 
wooded mtamuio treili By appoin' 
mem only, F-ull pnc* HO MO. Exl*t- 
lng mortgage IS.flffl. 

NEAR EXPERIMENTAL FARM 
514 chmce cleared anree with beaut! 
ful wiler view ader houe* and 
barn, gm.000. E.xctualve. Appoim- 
ment only. 

SIDNEY VILLAGE 
Within rosy adroit <* shopping centra 
Ideal far older mired couple. Full 
price only (S.SOO. 

SIDNEY WATERFRONT CLOSE TO 
MARINA 

House fximpletely renovated Ihrouttb 
uui 2 bodrooms living room with 
heaillalnr fireplace, dining room, 
modernized kllchea tU.UOO. Term* 
avaltatke. 

WATERFRONT LOTS 
AH isrvtcm avallabl#. 0.900 to 
*7.*90. 

Sidney Realty Limited — CH 3S32 
Kvennga -J. A. Bruce — <94-2023 
W. D. MacLeod — *942001 


tog la o»l hot water: wiring ta 
and roof sound. Thai ta a real deal 
tor the bandy family mac. Call Mr 
Jamas. M 4 3 W* nr MJgfKI. Full 

asking pries ton MO. 

ESQUIMALT 
NEW LISTING 

•14 704 lam tom paymt. 1 BED 
RMS. foil tort., mow living 

a aomBtton. al hsa); garage and 
oaiyort Lu» LR. mg dtotni 
rm. family Mtobaa Roam tor 4th 
May-agnaM stairway Extra 

nlamfetow aad baRwiiuia In bani. 
to Oweavhama: waU-tow* wumts and 

Oil Mr 



• - 

paynxenaa dab Bay dbbv*. 3 or 
i i u droamt full baaataaat. larg* 
kitchen igond atowa inrtudadi. Im 
maniMi outnda wtth manlaaed 
lat A-l maohanlcallv. 


HIGH QUADRA 

Immaculala, year-old 4room ham* 
sauvidmg great cum tort and ixm- 
venlence. KMART EXTERIOR WITH 
taiW WINDOWS, TAPESTRY BRICK 
AND STUCCO FINISH. SHAKE 
ROOF. PROFESSIONAL LAND¬ 
SCAPING. EXTRA LARGE CAR¬ 
PORT. CONCRETE DRIVEWAY IN 
SIDE THERE IX NEARLY 1.3H SO. 
FT OF ACCOMMODATION IN 
SUPERB KITCHEN. LARGE LIV 
ING ROOM WITH FIRE PLACE 
DINING ROOM 'WITH 
DOORS TO LARGE 
TWO DOUBLE BEDE 
TILED BATHROOM Fad 
towel* torn* wax OOM hat 
rmighad la Maaabing D . 
a mg* baOm-tbaa-avaeaga. twxv 
be dro o u i Mam*. Aft tall to aaa Mia 



Full pries $17,500 

8 . CROOK M44BM 


CHOICE 
LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES 

SA-SEEN-GK" Pntot ai the aver- 
hangutg water* ft Lake Crow chan 
it a beaut I ful new devetopment set 
like a pen amid ruggad hmutv - 
lipUed Juat I mom from the vrliaga 
of Lake Oxldwi and a Mvirt 97 
mllea from Victoria "KA-SEEN-ON' 
offer* protected watws hr th* hrai- 
mg enlhualaat —Ih* finewt <t fiahng 
for toe fixherman-aa/a swtmming 
for children. 

EE “SA BEEX-OS” POINT TODAY 
AND SECURE YOUR FUTURE 
HAPPINESB 
1 Each lot well treed. 

1 Each tot haa waterfront*** 

■ Mlonun lakafront IDO feet 

• Ka CXI* tort arena* to property, 

• Beautiful virtue. 

• All thla 1)4 hovra from Victoria. 

Coma nut and anfoy the peaceful 
auno^er* of "BA-SEEN-OS" and 
discover th* hidden magic ct Bn* 
heaidJfut property, select the per¬ 
fect we ting tor your aaccnd hnsna. 
Tn v]ew or for further Information, 
please ermtart BOB TURNER af 
l-AKE COWICHAN. 744S404 •» 

748-X». 


J. H WHfTTOME * OD. LTD 
Dtkwan. B C. Phrar# 74M1B 


BRENTWOOD HAY 
WK HAVE SEVERAL HOMES IE 
THIS LOVELY AREA CLOSE TO 
ALL FAdLITTES AND SALMON 
FISHING 

THESE HOMES ARE IDEAL FOR 
THE NEWLYWED OR RETIRE 
MENT 

I Otdar Abadroam, 1 acre cd tree* 
and aecluded 
Pnc* 117.900. Term*. 

O Older 3 bedroom. 3 aero treed 
full baaemeni. O-O-M beat 
Price (1A9A0. Tarm* 
m Older 3-bedroom, large tot Km 
wafer heat 

IV rbSi^i^hil^bSiSimt OOM i*"h il« tow thoreUne. aeverai aandy 


2,000 ff;et seafront 
8 ACRES 
$75,000 

Thla property at GALL*NO ISLAND 


nenpleted, thka krona haa 
pannrxmlr txean views uv(r I he 
Saanich Peeunaula Spar I Mae living 
room wlih natural abet# flrepla/e 
inleie wall. XjLrilna 


•* and rouy (■* mlMg from tap". 
All this tor only *11 «B4 EX- 

• CLUSIVE LISTING EV4MT 
W. WOOW.EY. EV4W4 

t278 HENDERSON ROAD 

a Only raraly do you find a bom* 
m that Mgbly daairahi* area 
9- at a price wufun the meant of a 
man with a mode* Income Al- 

* moat 1.35* to R plus a apaeioua 
rue rm wlih fur place. 1 hdrmt. 

* larga toloban aad featuring 
lovely new wall-to-wall tanellng 
. _ In living, dining room* aad bail- 
ways (23.708—larnu. 

Tn Inapact Uaa ex os ban I vain* 
roll Mr Graaoa at XV «4U4 
,• ar IV 40N*. 


il.ID OLDER 4 - BEDROOM 
HOME. ONE MILE CIRCLE CLOSE 
TO ELEMENTARY GRADE AND 

JUNIOR SIGH SCHOO L* S MALL - ^-g. _,j * hathmuw 

ST ZSESTJ* S 1 lEFnX 

CU.M*. FULL PRICE . .^r .. Try yo ur own down paytoeto! 

NEWER 4-AND-DNM OR 4BED- Hamtorem. (■ M*3 «r M41M( 
ROOM CONTEMPORARY OVER 

HAL*' ACRE OF SEMI-SECLUDED j_ 

GROUND*. PANORAMIC VIEW OF 
CADBORO BAY AND OCEAN - 
CHECK THIS AT SUNSETt ASKING 


iPACIOUS, GRACIOUS 
INDWELL 
MODERNIZED 


. - Two and a half bedroomi In 
p* upper Fairfield Beamed rail- 
row uyi ip living and dining roront. 
Quiei alrert. good gardan. 
(13*00 


_J.m. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION'! !NOW! T 
COULD BE ARRANGED 
FOR COMPLETE DKTAILS SEE OR 
CALL NELS THOMPSON 
184 3111 <» 183 4TV 


!!NOW!! 


(flnaa to gulf ruaw and all ament 
tiet la a aplendid neighborhood. 


4 a* <84 Snug 'n* remfy, no - step 


J*a*. 1 -oaa at storage. 
tanUbea Doa t atoa 


4 811*1 (Wfield, HMfl-HLae 

down Radenaratad Tudor aflert. 1 
bedroom*, ful) llaaiiqd, OOM 
heat inew', haw fkwro Goto buy¬ 
ing at thli pale*. 


) (M f« - Huga FbdrfMd, fwtWy 
furnlihed home. Complataly rw 
Mored Inatde new atocco, 41 bed 
a*"*. 1 bathroom*. FvrMahnf bum 
grand ptaito to dlMiaa anri oil parr 
mgs PreaaoUy duplexed but edMIv , l 

mtvxrtad- Frorwd sale 8 p*«il*tot* n^roon 


RITHET AGENCIES 

LIMITED | OAK BAY SOUTH 

714 Fort 4re#» EV1-4MI 

! LINKLEAS AVE.-7 RMS 

FOR A 

RELAXED LIFE 

IN A QUIET HUME OT IMMACU-I THIS FOfR-IlEDROOM. FAMILY 
LATE QUALITY. HOME HAS OV ER 1.— SQ FT ON 

uaia VMU4 'MAIN FLOOR WHICH INCLUDES 

ENTRANCE HALL, KP, 

INO ROOM WITH 
DIHIRQ ROOM — 

NOOK.TWO 

AND WLED_ _ 

LEVEL HAS TWO IJUtGE 
ROOMS AND BKTHROOM Ftdl 
haaement with a id ana tie hofwaler 
heeling unit, drivefn gang* and 
dottola narpegi Entoffabla 


gar*a B alaa m * as ro*. Oil Mr 
XTMaMTarlana. (MUM ; raa (MM77 

MOUNT TOLMIE 
1711 KINGSBURY 
OFF RICHMOND ROAD 

AT CEDAR HILL CROSS ROAD 
Madam Arrow-Mu*. m% NHA 
bungalow Spactoua Uvtog and 
ditto* rm. kilrtvw and dining area 
ISuwa gaod-alaB bud mu. Full bami 
ideal to rumpua. abe. Well kept and 
fame* garden dona to milage and 
all I avert of aMuola. Try your 
torme^ ndl prtrMB9^(M Mr tlaww 

MOUNT DOUGLAS 
GARDEN LOVERS 
4325 CEDAR HILL RD. 
at MOUNT DOUGLAS 

Raallv mart modmti burokw 
r — lu ring thru toll apaedoux nwng 
rm . beam k toto an and family dto 
ale unto vflew of ngan nub; and 
gLmpa* M th* ana. Tan bedrme 
maatar bat bikmi bstag extra Varga 
wtth Watola rloaau Full dayllgbl 
barn I .'-ear aftadbnri garage Truly 
baaadful garden, patio and rnee 
arbor (Sear MUe. Tarma norm dare d 
A to mg tlAND. Mr. Drew. MM 


heat Larg* to* 

Prica CU.m Terma. 

V 3 haitoenma. % acre lot. garage 
workahoa. DO M heaL 
Price ( 12 .fW. Term* 

TO VIEW ANY OF THE ABOVE 
HOMES AND FOR FULL PAR TIC 
t LARS PLF.ASE CALL 
EV 5-MS AL VICKERS «9fl 23M 
P, R. BROWN * SONS LTD. 

LAKEVIEW RESIDENCE 
AND ACREAGE 

Ora of the finest built home* In to* 
araa. With 2 40D aq few of living 
eynoa. 4 ba d l u o m *. 3 bathrooana. 
caftoM kltrtwai 1 dining a rasa LR 
with FP. 17*ar. hardwood floota. 
Fully tnaulated and bull of the baa 
metarlala UUUty rm itoOA OJ-OM 
furnace haavy mnna. Larga *uv 
jerk wtth loeets « 1 e« aeer lake 
Over 12 lira with sane parkland 
and lU Midarahl* fmrnd paatura 
land. Plua Ana cottage and freer 

hnua*. An araa of matatod prtvany 
-only 18 mfmaaa’ dm* from Dun 
nan EXCLUSIVE LISHNO -to*. 
It nbtovear I torn* as Lid., Brm TM 
DUNOAN. Hr Writs nr ptotra 
EMC BURTON, ntflo* 744gJ " 
houra 7444M 2 . Total pnna 
Oaeh down (TS flOft 


1 bad room# *g 2 bedrosana Jaal *an 
Alao a study or Mko* LU30IW«J| 
INTERIOR with Qaa oto 

i 

a—wiwi by a antf man wo* 
Rom ex and Garden Mam»na. Or* 
ISO aa. ft Priced al K17.MI 



Pto. FRED McGAUGHLIN. EV J 1»I ! vtth MintoAfrull traro*nd“toJio 

Asking pri cp $23900 
H. GROOB, H4W4 


!!NOW!! 


JUBILEE EXCELLENT TWO-BED 
ROOM HOME. LARGE LIVING 
ROOM OWNER HAS RK WIRED 
AND INSULATED. HEW ELECTRIC 
KEATINO EXCELLENT VIEW OF 
THE CITY, PRICED TO SELL AT 
KW. 


B.OOf) DOWN FOR THIS CHARMING 
THREE-BEDROOM HOME. BRAND 
NEW SLIDING GLASS DOORS 
FROM DINING ROOM TO SUN- 
DECK MASTER BEDROOM WITH 
VANITY. QUIET AREA CLOW TO 
OCEAN. FULL PRICE ONLY 

* ZVtUttM B HUGHES M44402 j FOR OB 

NTAN PERKINS__ 

tm-mi or 1,1 * 4 ** 


Private waterfront 

^J-HREE BEDROO v S 

* A unique, to*, ranch-toy I e home 
Vvcaied cn a apaaona lot wtth 

2 Ma oara prtvaba walerfrtrt Thla 
fine ail-yaw-cid borne haa 240 
■— living room facing to g a a aplng 
ro view ovw th* wator: a mto 
a anraeflve dining room: triln- 
*«• modal* ldbtoen. a pleaaura to 
to • work In; a family room for 
► everyora: a larg# maaiar bed- 
room, and Apr bathroom. Oa 

* I-war level two more hed- 
_* neara. aer u nd bathroom A fine 

to targe recreattrei i» family roctn 
at (Tvand level with accea 
s. in psila. Healing to ton-grade 
— Genera) Elartnc Oil-O-Matlc 
■L. fm-nqce Electric qdm 


SEA VIEW 
FAIRFIELD 

• Four Bedroom* 

• Three Bathroom*. 

• Beamed Catling' 

• Dutoex *r Detailing. 

• Looki over Dallas lo lha flea 

• Full prtoa (MW with Term* 

To vteto pUtoea roU JOHN WATSOJL 

HHUI' « 


!!$500 CASH FREE!! 

. To uno—ra who haa a »»v 
boms built ton adnlsrt 1 aad 

thu COULD all lb* moaay you 
need to pul youraatf and tha family 
In a i pen king aew home CUSTOM 
DMIGNED to gull you and th* 
budget! 1 Hera'a your duin to 
WALK AWAY from lha LANDLORD 
with moray hi your porkat. and 
Inveal In your own future! I . . . Call 
for full particulars to . . . 

— MR DOW — 


MR. CLARK — 


— MR JONES — 

Mi-xat 

!TRADE-INS WELCOME! 

VICTORIA OOMNTRUCnOfl LTD 
EV 41112 IBS2231 


BYRON BISHOP 
382-6895 or 385-7761 


gn-MTi 


ROCKLAND 
$29,000 - 

Fin* older retodcnc* on the Avatuje 
with view PraaaaUy fupleved 
hut onuld he apacloUB family home 
Valuable lot could be aold on the 

trool. TTil* pruperiy t* well "Orth 
'Maaiar Control Panel" to j yaur irapdalon. 

nperala Ughla Ihmighok lha Plaaaa call JOHN WATSON _ 

reaidaoce from tha master bed -1 ng-zUl <* ^ mn 

TN# and many other 1 


extras irake Baa a home ynu 
onto* Irapet* Prta# «M Id* 
Phone J B. Law. EV l «13* or 
GR M3®. 


i 


POST and BEAM 
$25,500 

OAK BAY BORDER 

Deaigned for Indoor and nui- 
dTor livtni Flnor-hvrailing 
glass wall*. Secluded itvmy 
patia Raised pumice aloia 
hearth Id wall t*vw*II car¬ 
peted Uvtog roam. Kalm 
mahogany Dane!lira in kit¬ 
chen, family and dining 
roan. I gjamoroua bed¬ 
rooms. bd Uh and V4 An 
ultra iradem eraracter 
bams. Fro Impartial call 
■ Mr* ) L Jamaa M412U or 


Col me Hama Sal** 


*11.300 

GORDON HEAD 
1 BEDROOMS 

Nearly new bom* at aew* 
street with large rob* •" ! h « 2 ”* 
garden This modern rtfrolal offarx 
■ttortato Uvtog fro a figelartng 
family with pat*. 1st leva! fro Uvtog 
rm. dining rm. hraakfato rm. mod 
kitchsn. I bedroom*. 4-ora. vanity 
and an 2 pc# wrahruom Lower 
level haa 3 bedroom# and 3-pra 
hath with extra larg* day area and 
laundry farlUtle* Quirk i»*•*«■!re 
here Easy torthi available. Do 
coma and Inapact thJa ortmerty 
with me 

Mr* O'Brien. 47740®. _ 
Colony Home Salee. «4S2M 


ROOM TO STRETCH OUT 
SPACIOUS 1 BOOM HOME 

auflful selling almost 4 acre 
wlih oaks and ahruha but aaly 10 
min. to Iowa. Lovaly older home 
with 3 bdrma and den or 1 bdrmi 
Famllv ala* elec. klUli . large In. 
rm aep dm. rm. 4 pc. hath All on 
1 floor. Part haaement with oil H W 
heating and darkroom Double 
garage, all wood panelled and 
■ultahle for atudln or rec rm. 

See tola (or aura at 04 900 

8 . W. ANDERSON LTD. 

201 . 1104 Dougin St 
1M-H3 Re*. >e»I7 


Nothing 
NOTHING 

NOTHING 

ranaa lower man to** apoUeae 3 
.ladroom home la good lotraion 
(V*n«Ma Wlih atme. fridaa and oji 
apara healer Oaky M®0. FRED 
MCLAUGHLIN. XV 242®. 

ONE OF 

THE BETTER BUYS 

ABSENT OWNER 
vacant, owcanua and i 

hadron home, with I--- 

real high haaammt- EXTRA 

WASHROOM with Mwwgr re—- 
Uon. Uvtog room with flreptoca. 
Dining room. UTILITY ROOM 04* 
ITCEEN Worbnop and oaraga 
apace Oaan ha water hnaUag 
large lo( with D fndt traaa. LARGE 
GREENHOUSE on property baatad 
by Ka own hot water bollee Excel 
leoi Iccetton Clear tit le O nly 
(12 <H With larma. Pb, J ETTEMA 
at EV *4X1 

WATERFRONT 
SWIMMING POOL 
GUEST COTTAGE 

On# at tha flnaa Snake ualeeWaM 
jropectlsa. At Oooow'i Cta*. tta- 
am Excellent (bad roam home 
adM mlendM view. BIIHird room 
■MB bar to baaamaM. Outage 
rat g ad at MB M Over S acraa of 
_.baaatlfu4 anuv l*. Yea aasant tow 
an oldroiarrOtoM batoer at ton artoa of 

._____ ja lgrt, 0 D 0 wtth (MOB down and SUM 

•nyihing ulirm-modem. Sowevee, llliwe monMi Adi to aa ar color 
la very dean aoi very camfhrt-1 glide* first. Ptueia J. Ettama at 


RETIRE HEBE 
I spent avow of tha week hatwa last 

•tewing an Ontario riiou soma 2 - 
iiedrt*«n. no baaemeni retinenrak 
hnmei to varied nn<* raigee. Alter 
'. hey found ihe ora they wanted I re¬ 
reived some more calls to my “want¬ 
ed ' ad Urn had bran running in 
ih* paper. Thia la one. 
li'a an afar hron*. Ian exceptionally 
clean and wail kepi. Nloa and warm, 
easily and economically baalai, with- 
out cold drafts. Yet. 2 Oca bad 
roocaa. oagy living room. Ml iiamecu 
late floon. « to dtoa totobuB. hrtohi 
dining araa ctt. Bangs and fridja 
included. Good, I 
attactaad at rear of the bom*. Sal 
bask tram toe aaa aa aa aaay*> 
matntaln * 0 x 220 kg la torn with 

B m aemogh flu w a x, etc. Located % 
nek from iha bus on a qutol. 

B eaaant straw rtnaa la lha Jubilee 
ospltal. Aa 1 said, U' 
plan*, ao plea** don't expaot to ae, 


bear haa. and location close In i ha 
Government Wharf Barring Ih* Van¬ 
couver tarry, la Meal lor aummef 
home or year-round nccupanry fro 
a family, nr lor development u a 
FISHING or HOLIDAY RESORT. 
It la alao connected to Victoria hy 
the dally ferry aervtr# railing at 
Montague Harbour. The view from 
the house command* th* marten 
entrance ta Actlva Paaa with all ua 
nlereWJng •eaborne traffic. Aa 
excellent float, located on a deep 
channel protertad from th* North 
hy Goar p Island, providw g-«a 9 
dvr king far flatting craft or citaaera. 
wlih access to iheltered Whaleia 
Bay. A large, romfortabl* bom*, 
aitrartlvely modernized and a irp- 
arale lodge suitable tor caretaker 
or summer vlaitore. romprlae accmn- 
modatlcei now available, but lha 
area of lha property and iia 
many levrt atretrtwa promda room 
mr rxpaoatoB w aubdivuuxi 
EV4 1 SM Mr. Ford EV 41411 

KER A STEPHENSON LTD. 


ITS THE EXTRAS 
THAT MAKE THIS 
HOME SUPERIOR 

Laeaiad within th# 4-mil# circle on 
a quiet era a rani, tola ( h ad room 
home la fuel a little extra 
every way. Here's a few at tha 
faatura* 1 know will exrlla you 

. . . EXTRA LARGE LOT. TO x 148. 
. . . completely landscaped. 

. . . EXTRA SPACE IN EVERY 
. . . BOOM —even the hallway* art 
. . . a Joy to walk ih rough 
. . . EXTRA WINDOW AREA In 
. . . lha living ronas—It'a got Ih* 
. . . biggest alldln* glaaa door 
. , . you v# ever seen, leading out 
... on tn an morallent aundeck 
. . . EXTRA BIG BATHROOM haa 
. .. J vanity atnka (no prohlam* 
. .. her# wtth willing! 

. . . EXTRA LARCEBEDROOMS- 
... 2 art twln-alnd. 

I- . , EXTRA HIGH BASEMENT - 
, no ■ prahlama bail wtth axtra 


WATERFRONT 
CAPE COD STYLE!! 
CHARM-CHARACTER 
36' FILTERED POOL 
PRIVATE WHARF 
$32,500 

CHARMDra gkauraaqito wMM Mdtag 
amnt towgalun u f raba ttw amW 
oew anald whdi for to both batoro 
and naaitonr Done Featuring mn 
m a n j a u Bring rai.. FP. amy dm 
w«h FP. ttoc. cab. kMriim warn 
hialt-to rt l tt ieaatoer and gartnawbro. 
two twto-Oai baTOraa with brill m 
wardrrire. ate., plus martoua, tiled 
matoar bathrm.. alao Ipcr bath- 
rm all on main floor Two —riagr 
«*y I# badnnf and a w liia araa vgi 
Bwnt. with drt«w4n garage. riHlty 
rm and OIL HOT-WATflDt HEAT. 
Veirat gram taaww mat ttinritwry 
mad to On fully anriorad 1MI 
•wtirvndng mat am plat* wtlh _ 
Daaala. bnrtaaw. ate. AB tttta. (4ua 
yaw Iran pritotoa atari, to ana ro 
vlotarli'a mow nghl ifto 
S3TE L TE RTO LOCIATIONS. Full 
prtaa (HI SOD. EXCLIiatVE LISTING 
with DON MUNRO, M 
477 1114 


VALUE UNSURPASSED 
11 ACRES or FINEST 
WATERFRONT PROPERTY 

You would nevar ha lev a such a flat 
proparly would ever corn# on lha 
market. Near t.flOD lea of rhairi 
watartraM! Finest views! Evellant 
wator aupriv. Vary wall built attrac- 
Uv*. tub buanml hnwkw, plua 
I-car garage Small auble. Ten 
watirfrcat loti inuld be aubdivlded 
off. Thli la without a doubt 
R property at this type an 
tha market today. Situated artthln 
a mllaa of Victoria art paved road. 
Quality park-I Ike aaclutacn. plus 
finest aroteriront. Xxcrilmt flttung 
Solid, clean, well-censiructed dwell 
tog. Very valuable out build tog* IS 
acres of very flea view properly 
■riling at lraa than t 2 .V» per acre 
To view prase dial niff Stretch 
EV 3 *143 or r\' 47434 Victoria 
Realty Ltd 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
FRONTAGE—7^4 ACRES 

Now 1* • a tun* tn acquire am rg 

the Onaat properties an Sbawtugaa 
Uke, over 410 feet to laka frontage 
lacing south and southwest Watm 
■wunming and a verv desirable lata 
artemnm aun. Th* aandy heath hag 
a gentle ilope Older children ran 
dive off the promenade around the 
boat bouae Tn* 29 i 2 f hoaihnuM 
accommodate* two large boats and 
storage Inc water aku. ao 4 nn. etc. 
The 12 room lodge and tha gueal 
Critoga cannot h* aean from tha 
road, perfect ao rearing provided by 
the 71* aerra of forest. Tha lodge 
la wall built and suitable for all 
yaar nand living. Exallant sub¬ 
division pasatbiUttaa tor at I mat 1 J 

Mb. Trade# rmdderad. Call D. G. 
Whyte. IV 47707 anytime. Mean 
to Whyte Oak Bay Really Ltd. 


OWNER PACKED HIS BAGS AND 
LEFT DUE TO ILLNESS 

TM* lovely aea View bouse no Weal 
Coast Road, fully furnUbed. m 
acre* on water main, haaement. 
firepan* and arinmatte oH fiunaco. 
Britabla for mink er chicken ranch 
or Just gracious Uvtog. Will accept 
(Mn down. 


FAIRFIELD 
5-ROOM BUNGALOW 


able, and up to <Mfe. gU.MO. Mr 
thiol# for appoinfmeidi. 

Unix# rally Realty Lit. 477 119a 
anytime. 


EV 149*1. 


ata DRIVE BY IM PEAR IT. 

*■'Unfit* tha pradmtty to achooia. 
■“'lranapoelallan. shopping- *»•" fc ,s# 
University. A 14x11 living room wnn 
open flrepUca. * 1*0 kllchen. 2 good 
' Aedroorru Thli la a lira malnten 
■ one# waU constructed horat with an 
- excellent high haaement. pkga oil 
'• gunvac#, drivaln garage and on a 
to.UTg tot 

-“The prica li K11.VH 

• Tn Inspect rail L. Wllklna al J84*4U 
■ -or raa. sn 4 *n 

FRASER HISrOE 
790 Pandora Ave. 

i-a 2»S RICHMOND ROAD 
t iDrive hy thla Well located vacant 
a ‘ home Note the afg* of Inf, land 
acaMnlg. tovely view. -Look around 
• me to (#* through Kd 
EV4(ff*4, raa EV I4KM 
and Wallace Realty. 


K 


DESPERATE 

■HKLaOURNE-J UBI 1 .EE 
Mcihw-Itv-law Sun* 

TWi 4 >t -old, IbadiTr. hums 
MUST BE SOLD. Lafiaped 
llvtng-dMng roan, ipaclaua 
klictaa with eating area. 
REASONABLE DOWN PAY¬ 
MENT Don't mlea thla op¬ 
portunity Call Jean Kowal- 
akl. 474*42* or M4331- 
Colony Home Sale# 


TRADE IN ON A 

GOLD KEY HOME 


engraved aoild GOLD EEY 
to on* of our NEW homta, 
either custom or ready bout. 
FRANK ANN IS CONST. LTD. 
EV 4-U90 

ONE~REDRfir>M. UPPER SELI 
contained, healed, EV I-3IM. 


BRAND NEW 


Easy down paymeoL Eaiy 
monihly nay manta. 2 lovely 
home a, Wflh load! of living 
a. hoth deaigned for tha tam- 


r 


MRS. J. WALDRON 

GR 47140 

COLONY HOME SALES 

(Mass 


A REAL BARGAIN 
VIEW ROYAL 
IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 
NOW JUST $12,900 

and easy tarma an avaliahla «" 
thia family home within 1 milt 
circle. Thin attractive cedar ahak* 
hungakra realuroa larga livlrwt room 
with fireplace, aapania dining room 
m knotty pin* and a smart elec cab. 
Idichen wUh rating area, There ar* 
also J bed room i plua large 4-pcr. 
balhrodm on main floor. Tha full 
high baaemeni curtain* th* »rd com 
plalely flnlttiod bedroom plue i 
large appealing rumpua room. A lun 
deck at rear, off kitchen la another 
feature. OH hot water beat Double 
carport. Taxe# (MOO nei. and tot 
alia la I0Qx7*\ Thla toyear-old bom 
m does lo. ]utt rdf Cralaflowig, and 
excellallt terms are avaliahla, F.a 
nuaiv*—Call L. Marshall, e/o Fair 
Held Really, EV 4»fg6. 


CITY AREA 

Bv builder*, new 1-hadroom home 
Full cement basement. D-l garage 
Situated on a *flxJ30 foot lot to tha 
city araa. 

Drive by 1*T7 CLAWTHORPE AVE 
For appointment to view 
Phone 188440* after • p.m. 


MB BROADWAY 
glllW 

By metier. 1 bedroom hnmt. I year* 
dd. Full baaemeni with drive m 
garagf. le-ahapad living -dining 
mom with fireplace, 4-pier* halh, 
kjichen Wlih eating area, oak floor* 
Fenced patio Palmed Inaide and 
out Una aimmer. Near artvxil and 
bus Terms to sun any reaacmabit 
down paymanl. 474)449 


EXECUTIVE RANCHER 
SEMI-IE CLtlDED CARDEN Nf 
■lap*. ( rm, J-bedroom atucco. 
Nlra part of Fairfield. Ganxalm 
Cloa* to achoolx. ehopptng and 
beach. Pnc# (il.Sfn MrCandlea* 
Raaltv, KVl Fort. Eve*. EV 2 0170 
or EV4-9ga. 

VICTORIA CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
iskaa trades on Cua*om-Built hntipee 
Phono Mr. Jonaa EV 4ILU oi 
1842BI for full parOculara 


(900 DOWN 

Pay gfO monthly and move 
In Unmadlalely to thla le- 
deccraled 4-bedroom home. 
New wiring, new plumbing. 
M.W1 Vie Weal. Phona 
Joyp# Miller, Colony Horns 
Salas, (M-SZSI or 477 ( 1 ( 1 . 


NO CASH NEEDED 
tl you have enough equity to rout 
present bona 

TO TRAD$ 

In on a new home. GRT-tll 
Gllmour Curut. Ltd. 


..EXTRA CONVENIENT XTT 
. . CHEN—With oadlea at beautt 

. . ddly flnlabad eaWnat*. 

And Best Of All 

EXTRA T W MP TUIG PRICE OF 

$16,950 with e*sy terms 

CALL GORDON STEVENSON 
anytime 

M2 1149 or 1 B- 1 IM 
VICTORIA REALTY LTD. 


Well built, nidgr-lype home; et> 
trance hall, attractive living 
roan-dining rorai raarddnahoi 
with fireplace: BBJOHT. NEWLY 
MODERNIZED (feta: ] bad 

roona and haabraosira: Ml '- 

meat] PACKAGED ril 
unll Newly di 
CLUDED RACE GARDE 
fruit trues. Cl 
atrre# and trar ^ix b alb'ai Owner 
Irantterred, will rt aittdra EX¬ 
CHANGE tor NANAIMO PROP 
ERTY Term*. Prica B n 


480 FEET WATER FRONT AGE 
„ Juat under H acre on Sooke Bar- 
_ hour, excel lent level beach, all ser¬ 
vice*. 2 bedroom atneco hungalow. 
Fireplace, aim room, electric beat 
I tog, hardwood floor*. Immaculate 
, rondltlcm.#' Garage and workshop, 
l-ove'y ■erluaton. prir* (24.000 
term*. 

Douglas Hed|#a Real Eilale. 
MFt Book* Rd Phone Rook* 473 *U3, 
retidenr. Sooke 472-9182. 


UPLANDS 
SEA VIEW 

Three bedrooms, triple plumbing, 
upper and lower patk> lor grmcioaia 
outdoor living- Completely privets 
bark garden, soundproof den, family 
living room with wood-burn lag flra- 
plac*. sunken living room, gueal 
dining room, A ruatolii horn# wlih 
ever *o many extras. Juat 1 years 
old. Moat appealing comer location 
with 12 D' frontal# and giant oaka. 
Your enquiry Invited at tan term*) 
Id sin 

Call L. E. Kirk, EV 4-7KJ* 
Mayfair Realty Ltd., EV 4-2SM 

Mayfair Shopping Canto* 


4 BEDROOMS 
Delightful, ipactoue, modern home 

with full haaement and beautifully 
flniahed 24-fL rer. room. Pretty, 
treed garden 13 Nri down, ftofl per 
month Heiiv Munai# EV S-gftl 
horthwettent Bacurillca Ltd. 


OAK BAY 

2gm THOMPSON 
Co-op other a|*n(» 

1 bedrm*., plua 1 In haaement. Aak- 
int prtre (I* 200 . 14x1* LR. Dining 
rm UxU. cah elec. lot. FC brad. 
OOH R I rumpui room. Hardwood 
flooea through' Lot *1x197, tone 
at back. Drive In garage Heavy 
wiring. TO VIEW. CALL STAN 
SAGF. 184-4347, nf Johnston A Co., 
386-3471. _ 

ESqI'IMAIT. BAGHEI-OR SUITE 
aar-romantod 8 m. 8U-B407 aflar 
4 pnv 


OPEN 2 - 5 WEEKEND 
1J MR- EXECUTIVE !1 

I t THIS IS FOR YOU I I 

IN CENTRAL OAK BAY 

2438 DUN LEVY 

. . . Don't fall to vlrtt us at thla 
grartoui family ham# mar the Etta- 
van Shopping Cantos (Juat a Imp, 
■kip and lump from tha baarin. 
The superb floor plan bnaaU no 
lraa Hum four (4) ri ratface A five 
hedrora#, den. recreation ™i 
and even a mutte rora) to aMar- 
1*1 n your guatfa. 

Ai builder* wt could not. n» 
remotely, replans thla bom# tor lraa 
than (7 900 more than the otfdng 

K re of only I IT* bean 

ded In m a new. cuetnro-brill 
boom fa- th# formar iranar* AND 
MUST BE SOcn On be had far 
only 

I l 1 »3.7» DOWN I I 1 

VICTORIA CONSTRUCTION LTD 
EV M238 EV 4-1112 

HIGH QUADRA 
$16,900 

New. I bedronma, fuH heaemerd 
NHA aupennr c-awlruelaai b> 
MgNy-aktlied draffamen. DeJIght- 
fufly apprenled wlih many sre- 
tomiied extra*. 

Paaroa Oran . 882 48M anytime 


A S POWELL, 

Ragar A Swayn# Ltd. 


Gian manor PaiV 

A NEW HOME 
CAN BE YOURS 
YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 
WINTER WORKS Wn 
PLUtt T T 7 7 

Ourim honvw huk by H urto e r 
ITewt to vajr nvnttily payment 
All ynu need tn to li ptefc nui 
vow kit al Ueimimr Partt and 
#a to 4a rwt. All our home* are 
designed 4nr you: kra. Vra laxe*. 
Field rXBca on ale. entrance by 
Ridley or Langfnlme Drive, onr. of 
Bvdui and K totarinttn Rita , or nhrei 
H Btaloe, EV 2 - 47 TI Dleplay bom 
now igwn. 

OLYMPIC HOMES LTD, 


kXJUR BEDROOMS. TWO RATH 
ROOMS. LESS THAN FOUR YEARS 
OLD. Thia hnuae la vacant *n poa 
■on can be Immediate. Large 
araa an ground floor ran ha madi 
Into a fin* family or rumpua room 
Parquet floora throughout plumbed 
lor automate washer and dryer 
Automatic all heaL Lorried at 1700 
Hcwroyd Ava, the price ta only 
(21,Sn. Payments ere gnO monthly 
wMch torfudee princlpkl. talereat 
and taxes. 

Phone CITY BROKERAGE LTD 
now at 384-3647 and aak tor Mr. 
Slvertaen. 


QUAMICHAN LAKE 

POSSIBLE VLA—1180 ACRES 

W* are lortuaata to offering for 
uia thi# lake front aaute I ora led 
toat i mine away from the city of 
Duncan or 40 mine, from Victoria. 
Thl* cleared and completely fenced 
property which haa unlimited pna- 
slbUlde* mnriatg of a 4-hedro.m 
home wtth 2 end need aunderki 
I oenoramlc view), a 4 - roam cabin 
that la praaantly ranted a larga 
greenhouse (raised rails and Eattee 
IllllMl, fndt trees, abada. barn*. No 
wator problem here. It s free and 
Ih* pumphouse supplies the prop¬ 
arty with ID lha pressure, etc. 

FULL PRICE $46,500 

with good term* Tn see la to ta 
Iteve—pleas# rail Ron Sedger al 
Newttrad Realty Ltd., *82-81)7 ar 
area 47*-3g7S. 


WATERFRONT HOME 

Panoramic View of 

Strait* at Gaortfa : 

(Maud new 1-HR horn a ram ful 
basement. I Wri o ug H**qg room 
wish alrew flreplact, cwfdnri Una 
and vanity tamraom. Larga carport 
with storage room. fUBy mutated 
"•rad tor 2H v. atv. Itthrata I on 
ton* ib-acral tot wife gr w/F, 
ltd* la lha boat wataWrM buy ta 
Parioavtila at onto gao.ooo F.P. 

ANDREW PBARSON. 2«l-g72g 
MRS. OOX, 7534727 

II THWAITKS AGENOES LTO, 
Box 211, Parknill*. B.C. 
Mft-ISK 


WHISKY CREEK 
Chriitmsi Trew Houig 

a ACRES OR MORE 
to a natural hixitlng and flablog 
area cloe# to ParkavUle. Larga 
lodge4ypa lag cabin with all modern 
ronveedencra In a park-Ilka setting 
wtth a cold, spring-fad creak »ft 
from Ih* dair: An Ideal rrtreal 
away from today's fast living, price 
$22,000 

roe further particulars pis**# call 
MR R. X. HILLS OR 
MR L. WESTMAN 
EV4-M3B ANYTIME 
BERNARD to CO. LTD 
8 » FORT STREET EV 4-8835 

IN THE 7-MILE CIRCLE 
OVER 2»4 ACRES 

Would you Ilk# th# privacy of a 
wooded wonderland In your own 
backyard? If an. thli ll-yr.-rfd 
3-hedronm rancher could he the 
house tor you. Thli la ore of 
the mart attractive rural home# 
on ih* market tndav, and tnutt 
h# aold. 0*11 now lo view. 

Mre. J. Waldron 

41i-7Mn 

Colaw Home Sales 
_ EV 4-3281 _ 

MINK RANCHERS 

I have Juat Haled a lovely 44 acre* 1 Thia 1 * undoubtedly the finest 
cleared properly wtth (-year-old 2 -1 waierfront lot in an area of dtaUnc- 
hedroom home plua complete mink tlve homes, Tha 340 ft. of wafrr- 
ahsda and p#ua end well (inrthad I front gives you an expanaiva view 
d remit* shed, complete wtth mix- ] ri aea and I "land a bevreid On piped 
n-i. grinder#, freereri. parting wator and paved road, rull prica 
equipment, etc Licensed and ai (12,500 with (2.300 down will handle 
ready to (o. 8 mile* from loan, thto tat. 

luel pert Prospect Lake. Financing ' 888-1154 Mr. Elwall 47T-88g| 
availabla tl price ri XH 0 B 0 . i GORDON HULME LTD. 

KRIC PORTER i 2443 Beacon Ava.. Sidney 

384-3306 4774748 -—- - _ — 

Financial Survey Ltd. WATERFRONT 


PRIVATE BEACH 
North Sauiich 

Gentle slops to loariy pebble enva. 
On# treed acre bathnd to Kamhlna. 
Thrae-yaar-old rancher »ith haavy 
*hak* roof Beautiful llring room 
H 1 X 2 S). Two TWIN SIT-F. hedronmi. 
Lo ' 7 * r „!!. oor . h “ '“tatty rec. room 
with *P. aim with glortoua aea 
View* HOT WATER heal GUEST 
COTTAGE. Clear tlu# 887.SK1. MR. 
SCOTT. EV4A43J. 

C a HEISTERMAN to CO. LTD. 
M8-418L 


TURGOOSE POINT 


FOR CHEAPER TAXER AND 
better Uvtog. tea Grant to Janklru 
at Langford. GR 8172K 


NADEN, J-BEDROOM BASEMENT 
■ulta. electric «t/ne and faidga 
Aiailabla now. 183 8272. 


IJkRGE (-BEDROOM HOME WITH 
2 more up Wril-brilt. aoild home] 
wljhin walking dlalanoe ri ckran 
loan FC, BaaemmL 04VM. new 
wiring, dean, vananl. |7,S9n Trrmi. 
Call □. Wetonan EV M4Q0 
EV 5-2483. RyronPrtoe. _ 

4 BEDROOMS, ELECTRIC KTT- 
chen wlih nook. Large living room. 
Ftdl haa m ml Excellent family 
home P I T *M a month Asking 
*12.800 Will cnnilder any rreaon 
able nfer P. Gleavr, 3M-48S1. J. 
W ORWUy. BV 8-0633 


BRENTWOOD VIEW 

Two B R. home illoafed on 2 legal 
lou. Beaullful view of Brentwnod 
Bay and Malahat. Enure properly 
In garoen, lawna. frui tree* and 
heniea. Close tn traaaporiatkm and 
ttarea. 

Priced In all 

Blake CTOthera. 3887521 anytime 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 
mi »Govt at 


RESTRICTED SITES NEAR 
Souk*, on new raid, in finest real 
dcmial ai re. Th#«e nicely wnnded 
BIG FAMILY | Into. 3W jflTff. have road into hulld- 

IN-UkWS ing aUe UUllHeg »v*Jlahle *1.71*1. 

8 bedroom*: 2 - hathrmma. up and glim dnwn low monthly paymenu. 
down; 2 >#an old; 4180 Ctarev Rd. |Owner. &« 3fto. Sunk*. 4784411 
rv. not diaturh tenants Apply ai 


’ ri 4183 Carey Rd Built by 
P YAKIMOV1CH 
47942ffl or ift ISA 


Ymr Rrentumnd Realtor 
Ptir# David Agrncie. 

■2-1412 6N21831 


LADYSMITH 
$1000 PER ACRE 

Approx lilt acre# waterfront prop- 
arty Eaaity aubdivtdaw# uiih 
pleasant, aouthariy aiparti Full 
prica 112.800. Jark Meara. EVEnfff 
anytime Meara to Whyto Oak Bay 
Realty Ltd 


1 BEACH LOT. TREES, GENTLE 
xlope. facing aajtheaai Phm* 231 
Thetia Lrland. A B. Hunter . Thrill 
Island. _B.C _ 

EXTREMELY DESIRABLE ACRE* 
age ril ■ sheltered hay tialwal 
marina tile. #*c Virirrta Preaa 
Bov M 

IJkRGE StfMMER COTTAGE. 
Sandy beach. **# view, flahlng k|- 
hr, Irom city. K9.80a EV 34611. 


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URGENT 


PRICED PATTERN 


^ 'DRESS 
SIZES g-18 N152 


WANTED 


Satlg (Toloniat 37 

Sunday, October 17, 196S 


1S2 WATERFRONT 
_ PROPERTIES 

IMMACULATE HOME 
• CLEAN BEACH 
QUIET BAY 
100' WATERFRONT AGE 

Thu ham* U undoubtedly one at the 
oleareet two or three-bedroom homo* 
on thu island. With in beautiful 
park I ike garden and eauy ameaa lo 
l'» lovely beach any mired couple 
or newlywed* rouM ipenrl Joyful 
day* hare. Tn* preient owner hah 
aoent about $4,000 adding an en 
• luaed carport, reclaiming the land 
and putting tn many, many ihniba 
and tree*, a multitude of bulbs, 
romptetely finishing 'he haarmrnt 
to rive a lovely bed-altting room with 
fireplace and a two-piece bathroom 
and alao In building a cement ira- 
wali. Each day la moat Intending 
wllh *o much water 1 raffle, tea lit* 
and wild life. The ham* Itaelf ha* 
two large hedrunma with double 
rlnaela. grurinu* living room, small 
panelled dining area, or.rht kitchen 
and extra ulillly room adjarent. The 
exterior l* atocco dash and require* 
no painting except for the true. The 
heating 1* about $110 a year. Prairie 
folk should flock tn Itsla one Ii la 
rloaa m a busy popping community. 
The owner la Belling below replace¬ 
ment eoita aa aha muat icon to an 
apartment. Remember, water on>p- 
enlea era Increasing In value 
tuhenotnemlly) particularly on the 
easi atde d Ihu peninsula. Price 

mono. 

WILLS OP WHITTOhLES. 8M-4211. 

J If Whlt tprna $ Cn Ltd. 

ROYAL TRUST 

REAL ESTATE SALES DEPT. 

waterfront subdivisions 
THE MOST PROMISING 
KIND OF INVESTMENT 

We Offer 

ON SAANICH PENINSULA 

H scree. 1 MB feat cd waterfront 
*0 acre*. 1.810 ft W. front plua hoane 
6 acre*. M It w. fnau plua home 
3D acraa. zoon ft W. front plua home 
It acraa l.W feet of waterfront 
I acre* with 400 ft. of waterfront 
10 acrea with ■« artier* waleevlew 
For Detail* Plana and Price*. CoE 

EIUC SA4.M. Ill 1$10 

ROYAL TRUST* 

ITB Ckwemmer* It! 4111 


WATERFRONT • 
THE REST HITT IN A WATER 
FRONT LOT IN THE CITY ONLY 
ueno - Inxaon ft APPROX 
TERMS WILL BE CONSIDERED 
KTUATED ON PARKER AVE 
l/JOK FOR MY SHIN MOVE 
QUICKLY. CALL 3FMT41 ANY 
TIME. ASK FOR JOHN 14OLYARD 
NORTH WESTERN SECLTUTfES 
LOTTED. 

SOOKE HARBOR 

Over it d aa acre with TS ft. of 
walerfronL Gentle alape to en ideal 
building tie. M.flDt To view rail 
Harry A they art*. M64RM, or Wm. 
RavtaHL eraa *62 3*06 

C G. HEUTERMAN $ CO- LTD. 

tv$4JB 

COUNTRY WATERFRONT 
Tree*, gaud roada. eery gentle alape. 
lacei south, warm water, fine ratah 
liahed setting. Faniea and aiiporl 

eloae by. Worth your garUeet taapac- 
tkm. $12 SOh Can SI FLETT any¬ 
time, Wim. John was A Co Ltd. 

WATERFRONT 

A weR treed tot ad LOB acre*, a 

to but out view rtf Satellite Channel, 
waterline to property. DO.ML 
JS8-T174 — EV4AT7 

LORNE ATKINS 

» N Cabs ilka Lid 

WATERFRONT ACREAGE 
Appux 5 acrea. doe* lo Ww.sw 
ham Puuit—MM 

Over I acrea with aimoet «0B ft on 
tank# River—$■ M0 

NEIL A. FRAKER 
KS sat 1 1» Pandora 

SHAWNIGAN LAKt 
1 acre lflAfor* watartrml gmd 
beech Ineidaled cottage. 1 raaa and 
ttothrnnm Cneh H4.M0 Pti QMM 
Hill 7 41-340$. T46-344B af 7462144 

PIERS ISLAND SEAFRONT LOTS. 
Fra ter Btacoe, 73d Pander*. OOtaa: 
M«B: reatdenc*: $43-113$ 

1SJ WANTED TO 1UY 
HOUSES 


KOOTENAY MINER 

•ad hi* wife an retiring in Virtoria 
and are kmkiag for a suitable rrtire- 
mem borne, praftrably not over 
BUM The lot should be suitable 
for e sesall garddai Must be to a 
ItaemaMjt good aalghbrnrha d any¬ 
where to the Greater Virions area. 
Your hoane may be wbai they are 
tanking fra. If ><*■ want to atol. rail 
Beverley Quitm EV 38117; am 
W9M2 Nam lead Really Ltd 


•CASH HORRY FOR YOU* 
HOME" 


2 imdrrn km Ftoeaenent de¬ 
al red bU not n eotosa r y. 
Any district tab l e ra d . op 
to B 2 Q« 

MARIE MALBOM. OMRI 

COLONY HOME SALES, 

a$m 


URGENT!! 

ALL CASH !! 

Client requires immadiai r l> — 
tor slier * bedroom home with or 
with-ad baaamanl. Will nay raah 
aaywfwra from H.WD to (g.tnu. 
Please cad now for an Immediate 
dectslba. No objection to some der 
on i me Call Herh Hodgaoak a* 

KV 3-Hfll Re* mw Harry 
Feiler Lid. 

V.L.A. NOW V.L.A. 

Oui cl lord requires a paid guallly 
mvdem 3 or 3 bed-awn hum# «n * 
hall am er more near Victoria. 
Quirk raah 'agtllerrenl 

J. H. Ford EV 4-itu 

EV AMU Anytime 

HER k STEPHENSON LTD. 


Coming Soon! Hew baby 1 A nice 
young cm pi* are Marching lor 
a little houa* In pleasant ana. 
Cute, comfortable and not too 
ex petal**- Have yon outgrown 

eurh a house' Please call Dawn 

T.uahan. Ctoony Hume Sale* 
Lid. CRT-4937 or 88M2J1. 


S-bedrnom home with baaemeat and 
automatic aft heat to cKy area. My 
clleots have sold their home and 
muat And anriher right away. 
$ 10,001 - $12,804 bracket please 
Mr Thomas M*$4I1 

HER k STEPHENSON LTD. 


Small houu, any condition, 
on 1 acre or more. All cash. 
Mr. Davie$, 3854T784 anytime 

DOUGLAS REALTY LTD. 
OAK BAY 

I have a eiMt wio raquirea a I 
or 4 bedroom house tn Oak lay 
This t* a sincere requeue Pitts* 

C sn* light now ta M E. Rraitli- 
lle SS4-MQI: K3-7$49. Financial 
Harvey Ud. _ 

' WINNIPEG FAMILY” 

Moving lo Virions. require 2 or I 
bedroom home, prefer basemen* bul 
Would (UMlder une vrilhoui. Anxious 
to ibcatg. Call Jadm J s me I at 
EV 1-3H anytime ^ 

WESTERN HO Mm LTD. 

CASH CLIENTS 

Will pay »d cash or cash to tnurt- 
gaga toe your 3 or Bbadronm, hair 
men! horse StdlaNa for renovation 
for rgaaia, any area. Call Barbara 
Hunt. Colcey Bores Salsa, ratal w 


WOMEN'! MTlimON 
Can produce tha buyet tor your 
home In lha minimum lime. Max¬ 
imum a Hurt guaranteed. For friendly 

profeasireio] advice, p I e a I e call 
Joyce Miller. Culony Burnt gale*. 
tUt 331 .ir 177-nn . 

WANTED A 4-BEDROOM HOUSE 
nr h-use that cam he added tn. 
Half acre or more. Sooth side '0 
Mile Mott or South Oak Bay. 
Puna pel* only. EV 441130. 

WANTEDOLD HCHJSEjTrJKGARO 
1*M c4 rendition V airfield. Jama* 
Bay, Rockland area. PTko* >8*81*2 


153 WANTID TO HUT 
HOUSES 

I SIDE-BY-SIDE 

.DUPLEX 

Quality ronal'.uclion and exterior 
appeal. Spacious patio# driveways 
or rock format ion* m place of land- 
»< aping. Mlnlknum Iwo bed mom t 
each side. In-line or L-ahapc living 
and dining room. Reasonable utility 
mum and along* apace will aufflee 
In place of basement Electric heal 
quite acceptable If Insulated to re 
qulrrd recommendation*. This In¬ 
formant*) is directed particularly 
to those people whoTiave been sble 
to maintain their duplex In better 
than average condition. Any Im¬ 
proved area. Prospective purchaser 
•HI crnrtdev up to l»l(m CaJ1 
SI FLETT anytime W-3471. John¬ 
ston A Co, Ltd. 


RETIRING COUPLE 

Requue a 2-bedroum home anv- 

wher# In Greater Victoria not ever 
I12.UOO please. Soane gai-dtn and 
seclusion preferred but not essen¬ 
tial. If your home la not on the 
market new, please rail me aa my 
clients are very anxious In get 
settled. Call Ken Haile), hsiausesi 

EV 3-B17 or 4SMM0. 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


DO NOT LIST 
YOUR PROPERTY 
WITH ME 

Hut If you want a fast cash offer 
TODAY I have an Investment buyer 
who won't wan* your time. Call 
Mr. Hod arson, EV 3-8U7. New stead 
Realty Lid. 


JUST SOLD THEIR HOME, 
need Immediately I of 4 bed 
moms, older, base mens but 
must be on a LARGE LOT 
Whatever you heve. please 
[Bon* ^ Irani Goodrellcry at 

COLONY HOME SALES LTD. 


URGENTLY WANTED 

I earnestly require property, with 
or without a hom*. t n North. Centra] 
or South Saanich In Mim* la mv 
many bona fide cltanls who want to 
purrhaae Plea** phone Ron Sedgsr 
at Newslead Realty LlA. 3t3EUT 
■* 4 79-lg|i anytime 

I HAVE A CLIENT WHO 
requires a 3-hedronra tutne wllh 
den m the Fairfield. Rockland or 
Oak Bay a mas An older type tour 
wouM sun up to 111.008 Another 
client requires an older lyp* 3- 
hednmm Hoene nr 3 bedroom and 
den in the Fairfield area. Up tn 

$14.0)0 Larry Sk toner. H4-HM. 
XS-1A10 Finaarisi Surrey Ltd. 

CLIENT"ARRIVING OCT. 28 

Requires 3-be drawn, an-toep luma 
With large living room plua den 
or family room. Good Kenfc area. 
H4.aHl to tU.COO rato Call RAY 
ILAWMLEY tor I tn madia te haper- 
tVm. 3*5-1471 anytime. Johnston A 
On. Lid. 

WANTED DEC. 1 
SOUTH OAK BAY 

Up to 4 bedroom* and $18 04E raah. 
Any coesdltKei. news* raQ D>xjg 
Bsvl nj^oev_ _Qenteer Agencia* Ud„ 

I WILL BUY YOUR 3 OR UH> 
roan home Immadtolsly for eaah, 
If k't **gl*til* (or ransal purpoae*. 
For to** actkB, call ny agsa t Ell¬ 
wand Nautt at Newstead Really 
Lid. EV3HU7, asytixe_ 

LARGE LOT??? 

J or 8- bednato i tome eg) a large or 
double lot. Any nk-s Incatk*. Call 
Jack Glover. 886-1441 Gardner 
Agencies Lid 

CASH BUYER FOR - lOOD THG 
bedroom bungalow Ml RurlJaniJ or 
risk Bay area. Around I3n aw roll 
Mr Hope. 18WB8 anytime EC 
Land 921 GoverameW 81 . ' 
WANTED~URGEifTXY _ IMA 1.1. 
tvenee far cash or terras Any ctxi 
anusi or tocaboa cooaldered. Plies* 
cell Ted Grans at EV 4-1441 er 
E V >8611 Gsmtoec Aggerlra Lid, 

FOR CA*H 1WTTER. a 3- or A 

>■ 8ra— Mto wttk er wtowtt a 

basement QsR Jim lUnann. HUM 
to 47ViaiA ISLAND HOMES LTD . 

PRIVATE. 4 OR ABEDROOIf. FULL 
hssaraegl. aliarao. with chars r tot. 
largo living mm with greptae*. 
dtolng ream 471-gNR. 

PRIVATE 4 BEDROOM HOME — 
New. resume ted ar older la lou 

const IIV*). Lot ^ NtwOirtgw 


1*4 PROPERTY FOR SALI 

BRENTWOOD 
1.73 ACRES 

.extol, cleared and fenced. On paved 
tree! wllh new .homes. ' Could he 
ubdlvlded Into 3 good building Ipl*. 
Well built. 3-yr*r old hip-roof barn 
W1IA 1 stalls and hay loft 

PRICE 56260 
WITH SIMM DOWN 

MR R E HILLS or 
MR L. WESTMAN 
EV 4-8333 ANYTIME 
A BERNARD * CO. LTD: , 
163 FORT -STREET EV 4 8SS8 

LOTS OF LOTS 

1 ReauUfUl sewered lot In Mt 
Tut cole area 33,700 
X Large duplex tot in Garga. 
Sewered. $3,401 

A Nice high sewered lot to Esqui¬ 
mau 0.100 

All N.H.A. apprmed. 

SU1I 2 loan* left 
Call LEW MOiLLIET 
Building Consultant 
EV 2-727* W-3RI 

Tivwn and Oounlry Realty Ltd. 

APARTMENT 

ZONED 

A chute* looslun for an appaiicnent 
devetopment 4 blocks from the dtv 
Hail. This property fronts on 8 

S lrret* and 1 * acnas from on* of 
ictoria's nevrato apt*. Term* avail¬ 
able 

LORNE ATKINS 

8BETtt4 Re* KV 4-MD7 

F. N. Cahtodu Ud 


TOWNSEND DRIVE 

$ 2,000 

On* of the brat building lots left on 
Town**nd Drive. Owner agrees to 
carry term*. Drive by and sea fnr 

C rself. Sign an property- C*il 
Sedgar, Newstead Realty Ltd.. 
8*2-8117, or evening*. 474 8 871. 

WATERFRONT 

THE BEST BUY IN A WATER 
FRONT LOT IN THE CITY ONLY 
$3,800 - 30x300 FT APPROX 

TEH MS WILL BE CONSIDERED. 
SITUATED ON PARKER AVE 
LOOK FOR MY Sigh, move 
QUICKLY. CALL 3*6-«1*2 AJ4Y- 
TIM E. AflK FOR JOHN MOLTARC 
hr^THRERIUIN SECURmER 

LOT FOR SALE 

Excellent building me. cedar Rill 

area, nice lorelkm. Wend* and 
Hamm. Sign an property. Prtr* 
13.300. 

Mrs. L. Cumming 3*8.5166 anytime 
B C Land A Iniuisne* Agency Ltd. 
922 Government St. 

NORTH SAANICH 
RAKERV1EW 

Generous luiiding Ini IRxlTT. eea- 

vlew. cleared, level, watennaiaa 
All new home* oo this road. 

A GOOD BUY AT 

■6-1154 K. OROET MlUT 
Gordon Hu'tn* LM. 
_Sid ney, RC- _ 

2 LARGE LOTS 

NEXT TO *00 VIOLET AVE. 
EACH LOT 88x18$. 

Fronting Staith-Weit skgtdly Otoping 
toward* North East Asking *1500 
each -Won down Out .4 province 
owner Open to aflsr*. Mr »e*be r 
MUd Rob J»W71 Financial 
Barvey Lt d. _ 

BEAUTIFU1. VIEW 
d Robert* Bag and Islam* W.U 
treed lots on wa r and **ttt. 
Beach adiacent. 

Make C rather* Mg-TK assyflm* 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO- 
LTD 

_ U13 Gov't Rl 

ROYAL OAK 

CNieeamnn Road Lx-Bnlia Clear¬ 
ed Distant Pastoral view. iDrlv* 
in *nd k»ib fw 'he I'tn. ’ Only 
$33f) ge dr—r. K 20$ OB Full Price 

MR CLOVER—-EV MM* 

D F Hanley Agen da* Lid. 

DUPLEX LOT 

IJBxl3i Ft Cleared alraady for 

hidldlRg Good, new ham amend 
Must be wfd $3,109 DOftlA 
ADAMS. RV 6674L NagtbwaUn 
Seoul tia* LlA _ 

RHQUIMALT — LARGE LOT. Du¬ 
plex mated, vary gao* natal ansa. 
Ala* good real ill lei ana. Ob 
W allaatoa RL, with areas* ta Doae- 
nar Rd. Tanas. Apply 414 Fraaar 


RICH SAANICH LOT ON RRWXR. 
rrxIJF EV 8TT2* 

DUPLEX LOT Dh aEWER NORTH 

eesi c,*vtor Lwlme at Saatigi. RZSno 


BIG GEORGE! by Virgil Partch 


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184 MtOMUTY FOE SALI 


NHA BUILDING RITE 

Located on Vanalman, gently ■lac¬ 
ing. treed. Paved street*, under¬ 
ground wiring. S3 KO A R. WILLIS. 
TOWN A COUNTRY REALTY LTD. 
M3 7271 Otter EV 3-44*4 Res. 

FOR SALE - 

3 LARGE LOTS ON SEWER 
CORNER OF 

CLOVERDALK ■ SAVANNAH 
Enquiries ta P.O. Bos 238* Duncan, 
nr phone Duocsn 746-4BR2. Term* 
caa be arranged. 

COL WOOD’ I HAVE SEVERAL 
attract!** traad home sits* In thj* 
growing ana. Price* from fl.tOt. 
MotDt S acre. Aatoatanc* with mort¬ 
gage financing U required. Mr. 
Poole. University Really Ltd , Ph. 
477-tMi sn>liras— weekend*, ton. 
VIEW ~LOT 

Next tn 381 leulde Avr . southern 
slope wllh view of Olympic* and 

Strait* Price . tint 

888-5336 J O. Boyd 8M-7M4 
B.C. Land A Insurance Agency. 

WATERFRONT LOT~ ‘ 

1M fL of frontog* Commanding 

view of Saantcb Inlet Properly ha* 
Its own lpnag sad fines* batch to 
bs found 143 3f MlD Bay 

H0U.YDKNE PL. oO ARBUTUS 
RD Choi at WiIST tread view If*. 
«n sewer. gr.OH. EXCLUSIVE WITH 
DON MUNRO. 8S6-23M «r 477171*. 
ISLAND HOMES LTD 

lot~for sale nix dupltx 

*™«d BW ct i mer of VSHOOSver and 
Green 9'reeta $3,800. Call Mr. 
Pulton. ISLAND HOMES LTD- 
to* Ttat. anyllme. 

nicely"' TREED LOT. TV KIM-. 
Greenland* Rd. Gordon Hand $4 000 
Crmtaol tm appal to) eat* to vtan. 
GR 7 $77L _ 

X -ACRE kk *4 Brenttoood aidtaSs 
for VUA. No DP rngidred M.OOS 
ftol pries. Caa J Baaaon. ISLAND 
HOMES LTD-. 8RS-3S88 tm 47»S8ig. 


CITY LOT, WifliB. NO BOCK, 
fruit tree*, next to Wm Unfenmeer* 
8R7-4IB2. _ 

CITY LOT NEXT in Utt CRAIG- 
damch. SffxlOS $1*00 3866146 

LOTS FDR ' HALF.” MARIGOLD 
area Term* GR 638M 

CITY LOT 44'YUT N*TT _ TrTlSM 
Myrtle SL GR 64 R3T aflrr t p.m. 

CASH FOR SEWERED. TWEED 
l>6 wllh si toeat 8V frootage. Ptx 


115 PROM ITT WANTID 


er Ottos M6T1M. D >. Ramtoy 


CABS FOB TOUR ACREAGB 
OR LOT8 

W* prumlaa tainne** K the prtaa 
la riritt Ptai* Isaapl ChnelrarttoB. 
8*6 tlW _ 

WANTED BUlLDDtO LOTS ABO 
ACREAGE CALL E. i BUTLER 
EV 64M1 ANYTIME 

OLYMPIC HOMES LTD 

CASH NOW FOB LOT6 
Gibannr OrntL. GE 7-Mn* 

134 AC Magi POI SAU 

AND WANTID 

MAKE YOUR ESTATE 
REAL ESTATE 

31 add scree, tm R. Wes UBM. 

view p rop ert y . MMMly trend tola d 
water SAANICH PEN IN 

iaUM ft* toe 

call K COX. EV 6MB 
Rwinertoo. Stewart dark. LM. 

WANTED 

ACREAGE — ALL TYPBR, LARCH 
OR SMALL WITH OR WlTROirT 
HOME — FARM. LOTI, etc Oniric 
service Cali GEORGE CHAM er 
F31D HERD MAN, EV 64H4L 

N orthwettera Semribee Ltd 

ACREAGE WANTED, WITH OR 
without tndtiftoge. torpe and small 
parcel* raedtd. Call Bsto for to*. 
medtote attention. Den Meaaae* 
*77 8713 er office-8tt-Dfl □. F. 
Hstory AjNtodn Ud 

TmTHUNDRID ACRES 

Ginn Lake Matctowlii area Intar- 
rallDg view* and/or aertauan Full 
prim 8HR.888. Ruto K HnlctiaBon. 
EV4BS1E GRS49M C N- MtoV 
tojw* Ce- Ud. _ 

APTrttOXUiATELY ■ ACRES 
Pnxgtoel Laka area BirtJaSy aefc- 
divuZad. M3A0R Apply Vlrtorta 


1S8 FARMS FOR SALI AND 
WANTID 

DAIRY FARM 

Large, modern, loose Nantong mtik 
factory. 3BQ arm. foil lie* madam 
■nnchlnsry and eq u i p pi ng II.6IB 
per month milk Income plus call 
crop from 138 bead Mtoton*. Ask¬ 
ing oily *138.808 ce rxrsllant lirm*. 
Thl* I* an exempls of on* of my 
many choice farm luting* JACK 
BAILEY *per|all*(* la agilcultural 
•nd I n d « * 1 1 1 a I prapmiai. Cal 
7466BI la Dunran tm 1*64741 far 
delell* and appalntment* tn view. 
Norihw«item Securltle* Ltd. _ 

RRENTWOOD 
30-ACRE FARM 
Excellent holding property. 
Large 1 bed room times, bam and 
other outhultdtnt*. Frontage en two 
road*. Good fertile land a* a gratia 
•lope. Owner will consider 2 bed¬ 
room bone * a* part tan payment. 
Asking price 8H.aon Tn view call— 
FRED ZELOI1 

EV 2*117 IV 68MB 

Newstsad Realty Ltd. 

IS* GULF ISLANDS 
FRORIRTIIS 

NORTH PENDER ” 

at. acre* of vltw property Id mlrv- 
utn walk from govemmant wharf. 
Ea*y access lo nenae. Gong well. 
Elcctrtctty on property Uns. Price 
$4,100. lerms. 

Fred McLaughlin. TV 242*1 
GALIANO 1ALAND 
84.800 

8 1 acre* on Active Pm Drive 
Ju*1 a lew minute* walk from a 
public bench. Ample emfar aeeU- 
abl* on property. 

Fred McUagbUn. EV 2-4JH 
Rlthet Agencle* Ltd. 

SALT 8PHINC ISLAND 
Prompt, convenient real estate eer- 
vice available far Rail Spring and 

the other Gulf Island*, through 
DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD, 81T-A 
Fort Street. INe**» contact Howard 
Byron, telephone *4-7128 for re*.. 
Gunge* 537-30541. _ 

SALT SPRING LANU5 LTD. 
LargeM Gulf Island Realtor 
E*LahU*aed 18* 

Ben IR Qaaga* _ Pbme U7-S61J 


FTTH LIE MOTICR 
TBI CORPORATION OF THE 
DIlTRtCT OF CENTRAL RAAMIC* 

Nolle* la hereby given that tha 
Court ad Revision sitting for Uat ad 
Eleeton to correct error* er o*ols- 
ilona tharetn will be held at Ilia Oan- 
tral Haanlsh llantclpa] Hall la tba 
Council Chamber tram 7 pto. to 8 
pm. an Nov amber I, ltd*. 

P. B. DtfRRAND, 

Municipal Clark. 


TBR CORPORATION OP TRH 
DISTRICT OF IAANICR 

October 11 U. INI 
TAKE NOTICI 

LIST OP ELRCTORR 1MS-1M8 
Th« Court cl Revision on the Meettlgol 
List of Etoetars for lbs yeor IM-1M 
will alt at tba Council Chamber. Muni- 
clpel Hall. «ll* Waat Raanlcb Rond, on 
Monday, November 1st. 1846 at 18 08' 
am. 

a. HAYWARD, 
Municipal Clerk. 

— 

NOTICE TO CRKBirORg 
la tbs Matter of tbs Ratals of ALIA ON 
NRWRLL. tots ad Ml Dsnamtor Rood. 
Vistarto, R.C.. Dersasag 
NOTICE IA RSRERT OIVEN that I 
credttnri and other, baying claims I 
sastnit ttia aststs of tba abovc-namad I 
dacaossg era baraby raenlrad ta aand | 
them to tha aoderilgnad Executor at I 
PO. Box Ml. Victoria. B.C., before the, 
12th day of November. 1146. after which 
d* te tha Exocntor will dtatrikuta tba 
■aid Mtats smonaat tha paraaa* *a- 
HUed thereto, having regard ably to 
the claim* of which ho shall have re- J 
calvad notice. 

DONALD JA80DB LA WHOM, 

Ea ocular, 

by Craaaa Jt Cn —i a y, 

bU solicitor* 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
lo lbs Matter of the Batata od I 
CARRIE HELENA PARTINGTON, [ 
dHissod. tots of 832 4 Hftao Tseroea. 

V ha tarts In tha Prorioas af BrHIlh 
ttoumbta. 

NOTICE II HEREBY OIVEN that I 
tred l tort aad other* having claim* 
sgainat lb* uLate af tb* there named ■ 
dec* a sod *re hereby required to send I 
them to tho undersigosd Bass a tar ot 

tOt-84( Port Btraet, Victoria. B.C.. be¬ 
fore tha llth day od Sirtohu. 18*6 
• fur which data tb* RaocgUr will I 
distribute tha aold EataU atoong tha 
parti aa autUleg tborata having ragaeg 
to tba alaltoa af nhlab ba than baa 


■f hi. Rolls)tari, 

Mssari. RulBvis. tall* h Rtaalow. 

*0* - Ml Port Rinat, 

Victoria. B.C. 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

lo lb* matter of tba totals of 
EDWIN BURNET BEATTIE, ta- 
rsased. tot* sd TTI Mas a hard 
■■rest, VI*tarts, British Cdutk. ] 

NOTICE IR REBERT OIVEN that I 
creditor* and alliara haring claims 1 
sgaluft tho eetalo od th* above te 
cassnd ar* baraby reqatreg lo mod 
undareraiod Executor. 
Dongla. Btraet. |?0 Boa 1X3JI.! 
Victoria. B.C., befora lb* llth day J 
Noramtar. 1M6. after which data Urn 
Ex scale* will die tribute the aald totota 
among tho PBrilm anlltlad tharato 
*• glul-g 
which It than boa uoUco. 

CANADA PERMANENT TRDWT fXJ 

& y^fc ^s "c»upsr Idea Minn 


NOTICE TO OBEBITORR 
•a IMIUltar M lbs Relate to tuilT 

«MI WILRON, lata ad MRi Cud. i 

SU5K 22L£* ** 7 a " u +' l 

RDTICH m RB8URIT OIVEN that 
creditor* and athara bavtua rialm* I 
atatadt tha total* od tha abava-tamad 
iaranaad are baraby raaulrad ta amid 
«»«■ to U>* undorrignod aaaeutor at 

Otaornmant Rtrsot. Victoria. BC, I 
before th* lath day od November I tea .' 
altar wblah data lb* ex sea tar wifi die- ! 
tribute the ataot* af tba said deceased I 
atoonast th* partia* salt tied tharato. ! 
haring regard only ta tba cloJmg to 
wblah it then bos nattes 

DATED ot Vlctarla, B.C, this llth 
day af October. 1M 

THE ROYAL TBOHT COMPANY. 
On* of lbs Ex an ter* 

By It* Benetton. 

Mann Copemao. Reader moo 6* 
McMillan 

VMtaria. B.C. 

THE CORPORATION OP TBR 
DTHTRICT OP OAK BAT 
CO MBINE D CONCRETE CURB, 

0771 PER AMD RIDE WALE 

ER CONR TRDCTIOH OP NT ANN 

BTREBT AND NEWPORT AVENUE 
■tatad tenders far th* mnatouctlao *f 
four thousand, flvg huadrad (4.1M) 
Uoaar teal Of oomblaad eanareta curb, 
gottar sad atdawslk will ba received 
by Tba Oarwarallon of tb* Dtatrtet af 
Oak Bay uattl 11 M NOON, Thursday. 
October M. 1M*. at which tlm* they , 
will b* ononsd in public 
Plana, BpaelfleaUans, Form of Tarda, 
ate may ba obtained from tba nadar- 
aldtad to ar after Monday, Oatabar U. , 
1866. 

Tba townt ar buy Under will oat 
p tototo ri ly bo o n oan u d 

O. O. WRITE. P. Bag . 
Munlataal Bngluaar. 

Oak Bay Municipal Rail. 

11*7 Oak Ray Areas*. 

Oak Ray. 1C. 

October II. INI 

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

■BALED TEND ERA will ba received by I 
tb* aodanlguod lar tba eauitrnetton 
af addition* to Edward Milo, dscond- 
ary Bchool 

Drawing* agacIflctCtoa*. forma af 
taodar aad dauitod tutructian* ta bid¬ 
ders are avaliabla ta Q*B*r*l Contrao- 
lora at th* office af Potation and 
Las tar. Architect*. 

1*1* Langley direst, 
victoria. 

ea or after I p ta. on Monday, October I 
1*. 1*8$. 

A raturaakl* deposit of Fifty Dollars 
ftM.M) la required for each art of • 
drowtae* and ipaclflcatlon* Tender* 
must b« good far thirty <lfli day*, 
Trndare muat b* accompanied by a hid 

hand In tba farm oraaertbad. which j 
hind* the tenderer and tbs aurrty tn I 
th* imount of i7.6M.oo at tha tlm* af 
laddering. A performance bond and n 
labour nnd material psjmrat band, 
each Is tb* amount of ME af the 
contract price In tbs form prescribed, 
must ha provided by tb* ■ucoeaaful 
tenderer prior ta the award of tfi* 
contract. Certified cheques will not he 
aacepted 

Contractor'* sttactloo tt drawn ta 
the etouie In Instruction* to Bidder* 
on depositary bids. 

The lowest or any tender hot neem- 
earilv accented 

Trodere mu«t he made not en the 
form* unroll'd by the Architect sd- 
'•reeaed ta the itndirelrned xnd de¬ 
liver'd M the office* of th* Hoard not 
1at»r 'hen » pm . Tueaday. November 
t lW X 

8« rate ry-Trea»ur#r. 

Board af Bchool Truitcee. 

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Baiftj Cfllfltllflt Victoria, B.C., Si*., Oet. 17, 1H5 |f§ 


PTA Activities 


aines 


Tax Transfer Target 

Alberta 


the Canadian grain growers' from that in Saskatoon In 1908' R. H. Mackay, western region 
system, and It Is believed these .when the province's first uni-1 operations supervisor of the 
are responsible for the I venity was established in a ;Cafuldian WUdUfe sajd 

downtown business block with 

70 undergraduates and a fad the blrts vver< ‘ migrating 

V. John Swystun of Winnipeg ulty of five. I tom their ' northern nesting 

... r _ ' ;[ Another 17,500,000 in newi grounds to the Aransas wildlife 

Federation of Ukrainian Profes- j buildings Is in progress or plan- \ refuge off the coast of 
lMllsr . sional and Businessmen's (Tubs j Ding for Regina, and the 8a*- ! Louisiana, The "'hoopers' only 

Rising education costs are a of Canada at the group's annual ■ katooa campus is developing as | known nesting ground Is at 

opectre to the municipalities/ convention. 1 | fast. There is a total in excess Wood Buffalo Park on the 

UAM says in a brief to the i Other officers elected were of 11,000 students at the two Alberta - Northwest Territories 

provtociafl government in Ed- Serge Radchuk, vice-president schools. border, 

monton. Requests for addi- for Winnipeg; Dr. Joseph Boyko 
tiooal grants must continue'of Toronto, vice-president for 
until one or both of the two re-'Eaatem Canada; Peter Savar- 
iponsibiHties complained of are yn of Edmonton, vice-president 


The Union of Alberta Mumd- men 
palities, in an effort to reduce wheat purchase^proposal 
the tax burden on property 

owners, has suggested removal .. _. .. . .. 

of education and welfare costs was elected president of the 
from the municipal responsi- 


MONDAY 

• The controlled reader, a 
teaching machine will be dem¬ 
onstrated to the Cloverdale 
PTA by R. C. Atkins of Lans- 
downe School at 8 p.m., in the 
school. 

• School trustee Ted Wood 
will address the Cedar HtU 
PTA at 8 p.m.. in Braefoot Ele¬ 
mentary School. 

• Sacred Heart School PTA 
will meet at 8 p.m , in toe new 
church hall. 

TUESDAY 

• A panel discussion on The 
Delinquency in a Juvenile will 
highlight the Oaklands School 
PTA meeting at 8 p.m., in the 
school. Panelists include Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria sociology 
professor Dr. Clyde Pope, Rev. 
Albert King, city police detec¬ 
tive Lyle Somers and Esquimalt 
High School principal Chve 
Kelly. 

• School trustee Nora Lind¬ 
say will address the Royal Oak 
Elementary School PTA at 8 
p.m., in the school auditorium. 

• G. K. Webb of the Seven- 
oaks Treatment Centre will 
speak to the Willows PTA at 8 
p.m.. in the school. 


The federal Indian Affairs 
Branch hopes to have grade 12 
Indian students in Lebret living 
in the Indian' residential school 
while attending schools with 
non-Indian youngsters. 

The branch intends to con¬ 
tinue its policy not to offer 
grade 12 at the Indian school 
this year. 


for Western Canada, and John 
M. Harytuk of Winnipeg, Secre¬ 
tary-treasurer. 


The J24.000.000 Western Oo- < 
operative fertilizer plant, ojwn- 
ed in Calgary hut Saturday, 
already has in hand plana for 
doubling Ha size within the next 
few years, according to Duncan , 
A. Sims, general manager. 

The company is now studying 
(he availability of phosphate 
rock in the Fertile area and if 
promising leads develop'a first] 


Saskatchewan 

Dignitaries, crowds and bands 
watched the ceremonies attend¬ 
ant upon the opening of $7,500.- 
000 worth of buildings on 
Regina's University of Saskat¬ 
chewan new campus last week. 
I It was a scene far removed 


expansion step will be an 
$8,000,000 extension to the Cal¬ 
gary plant using toe Forme 
phosphates. 


Officials say in Edcnoaloa that 
toe oHy has loaned more than 
$86,000 to homeowners during 
tha hut two years to assist them 
In re-wiring older homes. 

The officials said .764 loans j 
had been made, an average of! 
$2% a loon. 

The loam are repaid over 
periods of up to toree years. 
The monthly payment la added 
to toe utility bill. 


FOODS-3475 QUADRA 

MON.-TUES.’? 


Life’s Blissful Drip: 

Girl Scout Brownie Debbie Ritchie of spigot on ban 
MasonviUe, N J., was paying autumn at all she wai 
visit to farm, sampling apples and drinking It to 
treats, when she spotted leaking 


Inconvenient 


A "catastrophic health buur- | 

a nee" fund to oovrr people h 

faced with “uncontrollable and _ 

unexpected” high medcai ex- kxam 

pensee may be added to the tax.) ._ H>| 

Alberta Medical Insurance Plan. „ TW7 «*> «ub I ■ 

Dr. J. Donovan Roes healt h M *« B m B—i vara • o*u> __ 

mtoteter. has amoteioed in M- 1 5ZV5SE? S*JTt » -MS " 

iwl e s. I autttlT flad »*0lhir bon* m KBS way ■ 

Dr. Rom told to. Ablated SA ■ 

Hasp!tali of Alberta convention of noutm »■ um t«r avail* mm 

the h-d would aid ***** jsss.'mrt vss $2 

haven t taken out ordinary |,|| H a md !■■»» cm omniir ■ 

! he alto inauranoe but run Into —J”* ■ 

Uuir cfaalea aoi Mad _ 

extreme medical bllla | dollar aiftaraaea is aiti'ii to 

It also would help those facing Tk*ra U no raaaoo at alt *Jy taa M 

1^.1* nr* J LI .J ■ 1 1_ tfcJ canna* to Sana wttll baaai. In taat H 

neeiwi coats no* coveted in tne| whm ;t]r „,, ur u atvan aariaai can- ^ 
present pre-paid assurance plan tu.r«iu» n u «uitr Wf"“‘ th * 1 ■ 
„ n , . .. the un* irloclplta Bboald A H 

Dr. Rom give oo detaik on (Blort itr*ifbt from th« m ho%m* u> | 

how the fund would be adminin- u»» B ' * |l °“ , u j Jj 

j lewd, and Said At was ltd! in r t lU ie« la find tb« ban* af (tMir chain _ 

' tha dlaouaokxi atarr alUiout uadM praainra aad baa* no ^ 

urn wwn _i. -Mrohan ■anfthlna »hlch _ 


Ditirgiat 


Commercial Losses Low 


B.C. Forest Fire Record 
Above 10-Year Average 


Smoking in Victoria hospitals] 
has become a little bit more 
difficult. 

Cigarette machines have been 
poshed out of the corridors and 
into inconspicuous places as 
part of a campaign to discour¬ 
age smoking. 


far from a record. B.C. has 
spent more than {4.000.00 on 
firefighting to bad years. 

Worst fire years of the last 
decade were 1956. with 3.056 
fires; 1900. with 2.635 and 1962. 
with 3,102. 

The report said extensive use 
of aircraft was of considerable 
help In limiting the extent of 
forest damage. 


rial timber burned "will be 
much lower than Usual,” said 
the report 

Tha worst fires of the season j 
—up to 30,000 acres—were to 
far northern B.C. where there 
la little commercial timber. 

Total cast at fire supressian 
was S2.467.700 about 20 limes 
the $124,100 spent to 1964, but 


commercial view- 


From 

point. »he 1965 British Colum¬ 
bia fire season shewed more, 
smoke than fire. . | 

Tha provincial forest service j 
said to a final report Friday: 
that the 2.260 fires between 
May 1 and Oct. 15. was above 
average for (he last 10 years. 
But total acreage of eommer- 


Visitors are being asked not 
to light up to the wards. 

Staff are restricted to puffing 
In lounges or cafeterias. 


Manitoba 

Employees of the British Am¬ 
erican Oil Company at Braaitaa 
have voted to Join the month- 
old strike against refineries 
from dsrkston, Ont., to Port 
Moody, B.C 

But the vote was very close 
23-18. with two declining to east 
ballots. 


The' hospitals have adopted 
on anti-tobacco policy following 
agreement by the Victoria Hos¬ 
pitals Administrators Cowell. 

It follows a re c ommendation 
by the B.C. Medical Association 
that hnapitala ban smoking. 


Young Widow Shrugs Gloom 


■M««vk6*&i nhdk 


Jackie Ends Mourning 
Tries Monkey and Jerk 


Bay Meadows 
Race Results 


Reports in Wfamlpeg, from re¬ 
liable sources, say a new major 
wheat deal with China Is pend¬ 
ing. 

A seven-man trade group 
from China has ben touring 
Western Canada, examining 




USUAL INTERESTING 


utiuut intui 

Ito Raca — S3.090, c Laimas, >rto 

•Us • furl-mai. 

raathan I Chapman I a M B M a M 

VaOt* tom iKamBai EB SB 

Bad Hot Papa iPBedai 1M 

Alan ran:: Nanu Him, Old r«L Fair 
KcrpMan, Miiblr fu*al Trma Malar. 
TUoodiy. I. a Kins. Traiy'a Gaoav. 
Opliauns Char Tima 1:13 1A 


CHUCKS 

STEAKS lb 


By JEAN SPRAIN WILMN reigned over $e opulent 85th 

NEW YORK <AP>—When the _ < h ? fity 1 

Mahraja of Udajpur was on a B « tan Symphony, 
rare visit to the U.S. a year ago, WIN* CROWD* 

Mrs. John F. Kennedy Invited a On both occasions her pteo- 
few close friends to her apart |«™» magnetized the throng* 


IMPORTANT NOTICE . . . 

96 CHOICE AND COSTLY 


TUES., 7:30 p.m. a 

View ■ 

Moa. to 5:96 pan. 

Tana. Until Snietlme m 


ment to meet the man who haditoe awed, sometimes noisy, but, 
been host to her at his Jade and m-wr critical public There was 


j DTTU lUi HI IKI Rl IUB JRUC WIU,— * - ---*-- 

alabaster palace during her In- 00 hint of her old shyness, no 
dia tour to 1962. reticence at the size of the j 


1962 FORD 8AUXIE 

2 Dr„ AntO- Power 
Brokoa and Steering 
low Beaerve 

ELECTRIC 
INVALID CAR 

Cool Approx. fMt 


ogling crowds. 

11 a small quiet event Poi-ed ^ Ielf ^ lium ,. lhp 
Rit W. highness Bhagwat Suigh made WBy ^ 

of Mewar waa reluctant to men- flash bulba, the flurry 

tion it beeauoe ha feared the ^ ^yjng hands, seemingly 
public might criticize the by affectionate shouts of 

mourning wife of tha late Amer- -.j ac a P Jackie." 

lean president. _ ._' 

OWN IDENTITY 

SHRUO GLOOM ..j thtak ^ ,he has 

Last month. 22 months alter an identity of her own now,” 
her husband's assassination, *ald one dowager to the Boston 
the beauteous young widwv receiving line, 
shrugged her gloom. She began Outside that New York rea- 
to bloom again by giving one taurant where her Indian ■-go¬ 
of the moat spectacular private go party waa swinging, an el- 
partiea of the year. Her public deriy lady, catching glimpses of 
had no audible criticisms. Only Mrs. Kennedy on the dance 
applause. floor, said, "It's about time she 

— . u . was having some fun." 

This time Mrs. Kennedy was 

five to do the Indian theme up 7 KRK 

really big with a party honoring ^ "*'* n 

the former U.S. ambassador to "taurant could find any fault 
<_* India. Canadian-born John K. ^? th ™ T* Kennedy. 

SS Galbraith. It began at her •*» “* ■ 

home, gathered momentum as it ^ more practice with the new 
moved to Asia House for an In- ^/S-Kwinedy, her 

dian pointing exhibition, and chestnut hrir hanging over her 
“Si wound up as a discotheque party •*" , ,houldf "- * WTled 

she calked Galbraith A-GoGo ™” ed •« hfr ■^kward 


PI ACEt 
Oar 

Salesrooms 
733 Johnson 
Street, 

Victoria. B.C. 


CAULIFLOWER 

EACH. 


Good Quality OnnMgned 


Karfli IUr»—tlM. Halmiia. line 
as mni UO 1 mil* 

Ohio r.BMua>l 

Duaky ClKlrr iDviptnu) 130 KSB 

Any Old (Were iPhMki 1SJ 

Also ran: A-Caacr Man. A-teyBa- 
Bhara. 8I( Poona. Lok Kak. A miry 
Ttma l.B 3/X 


Exceptionally Floe (tollerOon 
Great Variety of Types and Sliea 
All la Mint Condition , 

AUTHENTIC NAND-MADE IN PERSIA 

Rinnan Tabriz Bokhara Sfaeras Betouch 
Hamadoa Bokhtor Afahar Mottaa Ahadl ArdebU 
and other exquisite Persian Carpet* 

Moiayer Meshed 


JsAmartc fKraai M« H« •>«< 

IC^ran <M VaJcfiBialai !■ * SB 
Twryi Mark Umlnfll S *8 

Alei ran: TBkVa Kry Harctd V., 
Get dan Turk Maxine Millar, ■ryb’. 
Kins of comedy. Tima 1:10. 


Near New Telephoae Table and | LRRII, SllCOfl, 
Chair, Several Brass Curtain ■ 

Spark Guards, Near New Cof ™ 

fee Tables. ■ rnreu ri 

piixowback ■ t re tan pi 

CHESTERFIELD S UITE m ^ _ _ _ _ _ 
DINING AND DINETTE ■ f* DlLIJ 

suites ■ unc.cn 

■ ml. on Expensive American ■ 

9-Pee. Suite la Umed Oak and ™ 

an Older Oak Suite with Can- ■ ADAM 

vex Gloaa China Cabinet, £ 


AND ON THURSDAY 

TWO AUCTIONS-10 A.M. Rid 7:30 P.M, 

FEATURING 

IMS FORD .MW SPORTS COUPE. *8* cu. In. motor 

I ally paaaraS. »l*fc aB ailraa Cm* IS.MB Oaly MM allaa. 
Baieikte. 

IBM OLDS MOBILE FW5 SPORTS COUPE 

High sarlanaaaaa aar. aim aadar iaalar'a •artaaty. 

EXCELLENT 8EIJSCTI0N 

FURNISHINGS 6Rd APPLIANCES 

Tooln—From on Estate 

AS NEW RESTAURANT FURNISHINGS 
tRd EQUIPMENT 

Without Reserve 

Expensive Stainless Steel 
Commercial Appliances, Crockery 
ALL LESS THAN YEAR OLD 

AN OLD BUCKBOARD and 
SPINNING WHEEL 

See details In Wednesday advt. 


Boys' and Girl*’ 3-Speed H | 
cycles, Iraf Sweeper*. h 

REFRIGERATORS ® 
(Ind. Apt. She) m 

AUTO, and Other WASHERS ■ 
COINS - STAMPS m 

Collection of _ 

OIL PAINTING8 » 


Mlnlh Rara-«l.|aa Uannw Xyaar- 
rfda aad up. 1', mdra. 

Light rtnomd (PtanBt |U M Baku 
|v>all* lYakai TM *'■> 

Cnuni Imkrra ifldwtul *.M 

Alan ran: Nlncnllt*, Jna Moan. Klrw'a 
P inan . Gltnvina Lad.. Imtrylna. 
Toi*h Ralaad, Abalahd. Tima-. 3:9* 3/X 


STUART HOUSE SOUP 


CHICKEN 3 
i NOODLE Pkss 


Tropical Storm 
May Be Seeded 

MIAMI (UPI) — Hurricane J 
Elena has veered northward 
away from Bermuda putting it I 
In a poaHlan for a poaatblc 
'’seedkig'’ ex p eri m ent to tap 
Elena, pack- 


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AUCTIONS 

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Kaaacaiaad Arllala ara kalaa aa- 
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24 Hoar* a Day Throughout the Year 

When bereavement cornea to a family, 
it’s comforting to know that there is 
available 24 hours a day. every day 
In the year, the experience, kindness 
and personal Interest which we en 
deavor to extend to every family we 
are permitted to serve. 


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BONDED 

AUCTIONEERS 


the atorm't fury, 
tog top winds of 75 mile* ant 
hour, began turning toward the! 
northwanl late Saturday. Wea¬ 
thermen forecast it would move 
toward the north-northeast or 
northeast and gradually pick up 
forward speed. 


Jhomjtm and 

funeral directors 
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flatlit Qlnlnnift. v lt twi 39 
Sunday. Octabar IT, If 41 


LOtS, PIPN'T MX! HEAR N 
THIRSTY SAY He WAS 6C<H6 
TO TELL THEM A STORY ? 


YES, DIDN’T 
MDU HEAR 
• THAT. 

' CHUCKLE 
, OP HIST. 


SOME AliLK AND 
NCOOKlES.CHiLPttN 


TELL US A STORY 
ABOUT WHEN YOU 
WERE A BOY s 


/ OKAY 

(chuckle; 


Time to Come In 


as one of their parent*, as they hav* 
the bumpa on the bottom of the fruit 
characteristic of this variety 

The spotting of the skin is due to 
a fungus disease called scab, which 
also Infects pears. The disease spends 
the winter on fallen leaves, mnd wh€hL. 
these are wetted by min in the spring, ■ 
the microscopic sporps are jet pro¬ 
pelled, shooting about a quarter of 
an inch Into the air where the wind 
catches them, dispersing them 
through the atmosphere until they 
alight on a leaf. Given, sufficient 
moisture, the disease spore pushes 
s'* "root" into the tissues of the leaf, 
and the infection begins. 

During the summer, the scab 
disease produces another kind of 
spore which is not airborne, but is 
carried oft the infected leaf in drops 
of water. As each drop touches a 
developing apple or pear, one of 
these brown scabs is formed. 

Preventive treatment consists of 
raking up and burning all the leave* 
from Infected trees, together with 
any windfall apple*, and regular 
spraying with a spray containing a 
good fungicide as one of its ingred¬ 
ients. The sprays and the spray 
schedule mentioned In my reply to 
V.L, above, will serve also to prevent- 
scab 


Bv >1. til Kb.NUT 

I'OINbKTTIA CULTt’UE (D. W 
Metchosin) — Your Poinsettia which 
has been spending the summer out¬ 
doors should now be brought In to 
a sunny window of a cool room. 
Ideally, It likes a night temperature 
between 5R and 62 degrees, with a 
rise of not more than 10 degrees 
during the daylight hours. 

It is very Important to see that 
the plant gets no artificial light at all 
during the evening. While It requires 
plenty of sunshine through the day, 
it must have complete darkness all 
night and every night from sunset 
until dawniTotherwlse it will refuse 
to bloom. 


All Purpose Garden Spray. Apply 
first when blossom buds oan be seen 
but before they open, again after 
the blossom petals have fallen, again 
two weeks later, and a final squirt 
around the end of July. 

* * , * 

MICHAELMAS DAISY (W. W. A. 
Victoria)—Your perennial fall aster 
with soft, silvery-blue semi-double 
flowers, standing 3feet 1 1*11. is 
probably an old variety called Plenty. 
This la one of the famous trio of 
Michaelmas daisies. Peace, Plenty and 
Prosperity, Introduced Just after the 
war by the English firm, Baker’s of 
Wolverhampton. 

Plenty was one of the first of a long 
line of very fine hybrid asters, but 
It has been superseded by newer and 
better varieties. Victoria nurserymen 
carry a well-assorted stock of Mich¬ 
aelmas daisies In just about every 
color under the *un, and in both 
tall and dwarf forms, Spring la the 
best time to plant these or any other 
fall-blooming perennials, but this is 
the time to visit the nurseries, see 
them in bloom, and make your selec¬ 
tion. 


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WORMY APPLES (V. L., Crofton) 
t-If the worm holes In your King 
apples are at the "eye” or blossom 
end, chances are this Is the work of 
the coddling moth It I* almost im¬ 
possible nowadays to grow clean 
apples without a regular routine of 
spraying. 

To control coddling moth, I sug¬ 
gest you use one of the modem 
"buckshot” mixture*, as these provide 
some protection against fungus in¬ 
fections as well as insects. These are 
sold under such name* a* Home 
Orchard Spray, Fruit Tree Spray and 


I’M AT THE ‘QMW FARM 
CORNER'. AriD I'LL IE 
STANONG OUTSJOe... 
RIGHT UNDER A BLACK- 
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SCABBY APPLES IE. J. van A.. 
Victoria)—The two specimen apples 
you sent me evidently hav# Delicious 


SHEILAH GRAHAM Arrives at the Forum 


MADRID (NAfJA)—A funny thing happened to me 
on the way to the forum. It started to rain. And when 
I arrived on location, ■ 30 minute drive from th# centre 
of Madrid, and passed through the gate that proclaimed 
“Sam Bronston Studios in Spain," past the shattered frag¬ 
ments of The Fall of the Roman Empire, there was Zero 
Moatel all dressed up and ready to work. But Instead of 
the required sun, big drape of rata sent me scurrying to 
his caravan dressing room. 

Zero has lost 60 pounds, he told me, since he left his 
Fiddler On The Roof hit on Broadway. On the diet of 
Dr. Morton Glenn. Don’t write. I’ll gtv# you the diet. 
Small portions of sensible food. 


a 400-year-old man. Also Largess Meredith snd I may do 
some repertory. 1 But after Forum I want to take a long 
vacation and paint in my studio." 


Because of the rain, director Lester had some time 
for a chat. "I’ll be making my next film in Spain. How 
I Won the War will star Michael Crawford. He’s in Forum 
and he starred with Bits Tushlngham In The Knack." 
Lester has been so busy with his movies that he has not 
yet had time to pick up his award in Bilbos for Ms short 
with Peter (Mien, The Running, Jumping and Standing 
Still film—“we made It seven years ago." 


Lester sounds as British as they come, but -he actually 
rurnes from Philadelphia. “I came to Europe 10 yean ago. 
I was 22, despe ra te and starving. I had done wall In 
television but there had to be something rtiore. I had a 
car and a house. But I thought It waa all terrible, and 
ran away. I starved for a year. It waa only after the 
film with Peter that I decided my future was in this busi¬ 
ness. I quite like living in England and I quite like my 
wife who la English. We have a three-and-a-half yearold 
son. My next film will definitely not be with the Beetles." 
That suits me fine because I’m tired of them t 


When I remarked that It waa unusual in film circles 
for the person who originated the stage role to repeat 
In the movie Zero replied, "I think they think I*m Gregory 
Peek. I’ve done some films but I know very little of film 
technique. It’s entirely different from how you do it on 
stage. We're sort of knitting the picture. It has to be 
different. Dkk letter, the director (he made the two 
Beetle films, and The Knack, among other masterpieces t, 
la Imaginative and smart. 


"How about the movie rights for Fiddler, and will you 
star in It?" I wanted to know. “No one has bought It 
yet," said Moatel. "They've put such a big price on it, 
mors than tl,OOO.UOO. Of course I bops to be in the movie. 
Waa I ever In Hollywood? Oh yea, in the early 40a, to 
film Dubarry Was A Lady. Bert Labr did It on stage and 
ha was good, so of count they wouldn't usa him In the 
film, and that could happen to me with Fiddler. 


Before leaving The Forum set. something not so funny 
happened in the make-up department. A special photog¬ 
rapher had been brought to Spain from New York to 
take some special photographs. But th# man In Charge 
of the make-up and wig department waa refusing to work 
on a Sunday without extra pay. It is usual to work on 
a Saturday on location, but never on Sunday. Which 
reminds me, the JdIm Daaaln Mrllna Mercouri hit has been 
re-released. “And." Jules told me. on the set of 10:90 p.m. 
Sumner, "it la doing as well this time around as the 
first” Unfortunately, they sold most of their rights to 
raise the cash to make the movie. 


I did Ulysses on stage, then Rhinoceros, then Forum, 
and Fiddler. It took seven years off my life. I'm 50. I'm 
reading an lonssra play Exit tha King. The part Is of 


ART BUCHWALD Pulls a Switch 


Running for Show Biz 


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life he doesn't know anything. 
We care about things, too.” 

"I'm not doubting you,” I 
said. “But I want to ask you * 
question. Suppose you don't 
make it in show business. Sup¬ 
pose there is no where tor you 
to go. What will you do then?” 

‘TO probably run far gover¬ 
nor of California.” 


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MOTHER FOR AN 
INDEFINITE STAY 


a politician, but if you fail In 
show business the public gets 
angry.” 

My friend went over to his 
couch. He started breathing 
heavily. "Coach," he said with 
tears in his eyes, "whenever 
the ohips ere down and the team 
is discouraged, tell them—tell 
them to win one far the Gip- 
per.” 

"What are you doing now?” 

“Ranald Reagan in Knuta 
Rookne. That's the deathbed 
scene. Now don’t tell me he did 
it any better.' 

"No, I can't lay he did " 

Hewept over to his desk, took 
out a cream pie from the 
drawer, and threw it in my 
face. "Who am I now?” 

‘ Pierre Salinger?” 

"Steve Allen, you dope. I 
saw him do it on a TV show.” 

"You may have the makings 
of a show business personality 
at that," I said, wiping the 
cream off my suit. 


played a good guy. That’s all 
you need to run for office these 
days. But show business re¬ 
quires talent.” 

He started to do a little tap 
dance on his rug. "Who do I re¬ 
mind you of?” 

"Sen. Diriwen?” I asked. 

"No. you tool, Sen. George 
Murphy. I've been watching him 
on the late show. There really 
Isn't much to It It’s Just ,a 
question of Image. Now watch 
tills." 


WASHINGTON — There have 
been so many show business 
licople going Into politics lately 
that many politicians are ooo- 
■iderlng going into show busi¬ 
ness. 

I spoke to ooe tuoh politician 
the other day who said, 'T think 
it’a the duty of every citizen, 
no matter what Ms profession. 
To become an actor.” 

"But what do you know about 
show buaines?” I asked him. 

"What does Ronald Reagan 
know alxxit politics?" he re¬ 
plied. 

That doesn't answer the ques¬ 
tion." 


Britons Shun 
Bridge Probe 


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THEY MEAN ? 


He picked up a guitar and 
played several bars. 

“Now who do I remind you 

of?’ 

"Strom Thurmond." 

"Haw did you guess?” 

"Sir, I don’t want to be a 
spoilsport, but it’s much easier 
for a person in show business to 
became a politician than it la 
for a politician to beooma a 
show business personality. Peo¬ 
ple pay good money to see 
someone In the entertainment 
world, while they get their poli¬ 
ticians tar free. They expect to 
be disappointed when they hear 


LONDON iAPi - The Britieh 
Bridge League is ignoring an 
inquiry by the Warid Bridge 
Federation Into allegations that 
two Briton cheated during the 
world championships in Buenos 
Aires. 

The league said it is ignoring 
the federation's inqikry, held in 
the linked States, because of 
the way M wee conducted. It 
said Terence Reeea and Boris 
Schacaro, toe Britieh pAayara 
concerned, were nek given ade¬ 
quate opportunity to defend 
themeelvee before two commit¬ 
tees of the world federation 


"Look, I can Introduce Death 
Valley Days or the General 
ElecXric Theatre as well as 
Reagan oan, If not better. D ha 
Is going to take the bread out 
of my mouth, I'm going to take 
It out of hla.” 

"But the reason Ranald Rea¬ 
gan is going into politics Is not 
to taka the bread out of your 
mouth. He's personable and 
people like him and he's always 


"The trouble with you guys 
Is that you Just think because a 
guy has been a politician all his 


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SYDNEY 

HARRIS 


A psychiatrist Inend, the other 
night, wma protesting against the 
misuse and vulgarization of Freudian 
terms in ordinary speech. "I don't 
mind the public using Jargon.” he 
said, "but why must people invariably 
change the meaning so that It makes 
little tense?" 

This, I suppose, is the way in 
which language la shaped. In our 
time, it la the Freudian vocabulary 
that la distorted; before then, even 
ordinary medical terms were 
wrenched out of context and made to 
mean what people wanted them to 
mean. 


"Livid," for instance, has utterly 
changed lta color. When we say, "He 
got livid with anger," most of us 
visualize someone getting red or pur¬ 
ple In the face; actually, "livid" means 
getting paler, a aort of ashy grey or 
bluish leaden color. What we ue 
thinking of when we say "livid" Is 
"apoplectic,” an old fashioned medical 
word that is scarcely used any more. 
★ ★ ★ 

“I had a hectic day at th# office" 
bears absolutely no resemblance to 
th# medical origin of the word. It 
comes from the Greek "habit," and 
meant the kind of flush that consump¬ 
tives have, as distinct from ordinary 
flushing and blushing. A "hectic 
fever” in the 19th century waa re¬ 
served to indicate tubercular patients, 
and that was all. 

"Chronic" was originally opposed 
to “acute" In describing a disease or 
aliment; a chronic aliment was one 
lasting a long time. Today, however, 
we Use chronic in the sense of "bad" 


or "severe" or “Intense,” which is 
a vulgar blunting of a useful term. 

The latest of these medical popu¬ 
larizations, of course, is "allergic,” 
which has come to fill a genuine need 
in the language. "I.am allergic to 
him” is a succinct way of expressing 
a feeling, even though it haa little 
to do with tha dictionary definition of 
"sensitivity to generally harmless sub¬ 
stances. such ss foods, pollens, etc., 
which resuks in dermatological or 
rssplratory symptoms of discomfort." 
* a * 

In the Freudian realm, we call 
people "sadlsta” and "maaochiata” 
who are neither; we label aa a “com¬ 
plex" what is not; we give “repres¬ 
sion” a meaning wholly at variance 
with Freud’s; we speak of "fixation” 
and “introverts" and “trauma” with 
no idea of their precise meaning. 

And we will keep on doing so, des 
pita the protestations of scientists and 
the sneers of semantklsts. In Ian- 
guage, we are all Humpty-Dumpties 


'BUT IT MB 
ALREADY 700 
lATt.• 


Consider some words we use nearly 
every day—woixls like "Livid” and 
''hectic" and "chrOnic" and "allergic" 
and "contagious'' and “Infectious.” Al¬ 
most none of them Is nowadays used 
in Its original sense; indeed, the 
original sense has never been known, 
except to medical specialists. 


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It Was Nikita's Pet 


Lester Looks Livid 


Pupils Pique Pearson 


B.v FRASER KELLY 
Colonist Ottawa Burrau 

FREDERICTON, N.B.- 
About 70 jeering university stu¬ 
dents managed to provoke 
Prime Minister Pearson here 
Saturday despite attempts by 
New Brwswiek Premier Louis 
Robichaud to droke att their 
demonstration. 

They were waiting for Mr, 
Pearson at the airport with 
signe reading; Mike the Men¬ 
ace. Weakness Breeds Cor¬ 
ruption. Pickpocket Pearson 
Go Home. 

Moat of them complained 
bitterly that the prime min¬ 
ister had in effect disenfran¬ 
chised them by calling the 
election Nov. 8. 


Then they followed the prime 
minister's car cavalcade to the 
local arena where Mr. Pearson 
spoke to some 1.800 people. 

Before the meeting Mr. 
Pearson offered to take one of 


their spokemrn for coffee. But 
when the 22-year-old student. 
Hart North, waved a sign list¬ 
ing liberal scandals the prime 
minister became livid. 

He angrily refused to discuss 
the scandals and appeared 
ready to argue with the young¬ 
ster when his aides led him 
away. (Mr. North was later 
allowed to speak at the meet¬ 
ing and he asked for more fed¬ 
eral aid for education.! 


The studetks claimed they 
had chartered a bus to get to 
the airport and at the last 
minute the bus was cancelled 
on them. 


They said that one of their 
group had been told by Uni¬ 
versity of New Brunswiok 
president Colin Mackay that 
Mr. Robichaud objected to 
their demonstration. 

Continued on Page t 


LONDON (AP)—The “fantastic” secret weapon 
that Nikita Khrushchev rattled at the West in 1960 was 
a nuclear-propelled rocket that blew up on the launch¬ 
ing pad, killing the Soviet commander of rocket forces 
and 300 others, the newspaper Guardian said Saturday. 

trV . j- The Guardian quoted from 

what It said were secret reporta 
of Oleg Penkovsky, a Russian 
-• who was sentenced to death by 

a Soviet court in 1963 tor spying 
for the West. He was close to 
M influential Kremlin leaders and 

was regarded In London and 
Washington as the most vtlu- 
KjifePi® able Western spy behind the 

< —cjjttSoe Iron Curtain. 

d, f Victor Zorza. Communist af- 

* fairs expert of the Guardian, 

Tjjsmjm apparently obtained an advance 

mgff took at the spy’s reporta, which 
A are being published soon under 

the title The Penkovsky Papers. 

K BOAST IN IBM 

iZorza said Penkovsky reported 
that former Premier Khrush- 
_ . JPR chev's boast early in I960 of a 

secret weapon annoyed Soviet 
military men and forced a pre¬ 
mature tasting of the rocket. 

In the fall of I960, scientists 
a ssembled to rush 1 1 trough a 
teat in time far the October 
Revolution anniversary. Zorza 
reported. 

The cuutffcwn went accord¬ 
ing to plan’* Zorza said, "but 
the new^prinrile failed to leave 
the grand. The observers 
waited for some 20 minutes. 


(The Canada Elections Act 
requires many of them to re¬ 
turn home from their univer¬ 
sity residences to vote—some¬ 
thing they claim they can’t 
afford, i 

As he stepped from his plane 
the student ohantea "We want 
our votes. Where's Rivard . . . 
and Let’s Have Honesty In 
Government.'* 


Laing 


Tradition Erased 


British Tories 
Turn Eyes 
To Continent 


Nedelin 


KETCHIKAN. Alaska (CP) — The United States 
should not »eek a solution to its water shortages by 
looking “suddenly at Canada as a potential source of 
unlimited quantities of fresh water which can be tapped 
at any time," Resources Minister Arthur Laing said 

here Saturday. ___ 

Mr. Laing referred to the 

North Am ' rte “ Free Fall 


BRIGHTON (Reikn-xt—Party cate Conservative suppvterx 
leader Edward Heath Saturday that Otis would mean a rttaap 
•rt Britain’s Gonaervabve oppo- break with the old poikdaa -es- 
■kkxi movta* toward Europe peesaMy to defence and tgricui- 

■nd ai m - h a t any from its turo. 
tradktonai global and C ommon - kealum 

. . Haati said the party had ac- 

to * d . <,0 00 . d ^ t * t * to * ■* ** oeplad this new mood of realm 
**•» —•» Ptuty 1 ! an- ^ toebimi 

aual conference Hast Britain's .. f ^„ __. . . 

future lay to the new, stronger ^ 

Western Europe emerging * ? I ' 

nnmrWrrTwrv ** knDH MT *« •dvalW. 

Let us see tat other people (to " 
The moat important dmfcp-J 
ment in international afTatot 9li 
BnLain ms the changtog bal-l 
ance between the two store of 
the Atlantic, Heath sstd. 
BETTER CHANCES 
"The man clearly this cliange 1 
tn understood, then Hie greater 
are our chances at r e d ressin g 
the balance without friction be¬ 
tween friends. 

"It is in this position today 
that I want Britain to be able 
to exert her influence." 

DEFENCE 8HIFT 

Other Conservative leaders in 
the conference spelled out in 
greater detail the full implica¬ 
tions of the party’s new determi¬ 
nation to joan the common mar¬ 
ket when a favorable chance 
arise*. 

Delegates were told it would 
mean abandoning subsidies for 
farmers in favor of import lev¬ 
ies, and an eventual shift in de¬ 
fence commitments to Asia and 
Africa. 


"At this point the missile 
exploded, killing 300 people, 
among them the commander-to- 
ehief of the Soviet mis rile 
forces, Marshal Nedelin." 

The Russians announced Oct 
25, 1960, that Marsha] Mltroran 
I. Nedelin and several other of¬ 
ficers had been killed to the line 
of duty In an air crash. 

In an address to the Soviet 
Parliament an Jan. 14. 1910. 
Khrushchev declared: 

"The Central Committee of 
C oatlmri an Page 1 


Power Alliance, 

000,000 project to provide the 
western United States with Ca¬ 
nadian water. 

The vast scheme, toafcichild 


Faster 

Than 

Sound? 


bia, the Yukon and Alaska, 
which now drain into the Pa¬ 
cific and Arctic Oceans. 
MBBIVS LAKE 

M&mpped in giant reservoirs, 
water would be channelled 
through a series of lift* and 
tunnels Into the Rocky Moun¬ 
tain Trench forming a 500-mile 
lake from Prince George to 
Libby, Mont. 

Mr. Laing, who spoke at a 
meeting of the Alaska State 
Chamber of Commerce, said 
the flooding of extensive areas 
of- Canada “in Itself, Is unde¬ 
sirable.” 

‘Even if some return accrued i 
to Canada from this scheme, it I 
may not be as beneficial to the 
nation as the establishment of 
local industries and a local 
population to use the same 
water in Canada." he said. 

Much of the water shortage 
problem In the more densely 
populated parts of North 
America could be solved by 
adequate planning and control, 
he suggested. 

“In particular I am hopeful 
that the densely-populated re¬ 
gions will realize how valuable 
fresh water can be, and per¬ 
haps take more rapid steps to¬ 
wards controlling pollution 
and reclaiming many of the 
fresh water lakes and streams 
that have already been se¬ 
verely damaged." 

CANADA CAREFUL 

Friday Prime Minister Pear¬ 
son said that Canada must be 
careful “not to alienate this 
great resource without taking 
care of our own needs." 

Exporting water to the 
United States “can be one of 
the most important develop¬ 
ments in our history; this can 
be as important as exporting 
wheat, or oil or anything else 
. . . and one day we’ll find out 
how important this resource 
is," he said. 

“We will be discussing this 
with the United States," Mr. 
Pearson said. 


New York marine vet shouts at pacifists 


Penkovsky 


U.S. Planes 
Downed 
By Gunfire 


Massive Peace Protest 
In U.S., Around World 


MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — 
A veteran parachutist will 
try to break the speed of 
sound Monday in making a 
free fall from the stratos¬ 
phere. 

Nicholas J. Piantanida, 33. 
of Lakewood, N.J., will ba 
lifted by balloon to an alti¬ 
tude of better than 118,000 
feet above the old University 
of Minnesota airfield at near¬ 
by New Brighton. 

Then Piantanida, a 
licenced parachutist with 
more than 400 jumps In his 
career, will Jump from the 
gondola. 

Piantanida will wear a 
pressure suit, and will carry 
oxygen, two parachutes, a 
tape recorder, camera and 
other equipment. The man 
and his equipment will 
weigh about 375 pounds. 

Piantanida's parachute, 
triggered by a barometric de¬ 
vice. will open automatically 
between 4,000 and 3,500 feet. 
The ballon will be destroyed 
by a radio-detonated ex¬ 
plosion about an hour after 
Piantanida jumps. 

The jump will be the first 
known attempt of an In¬ 
dividual to surpass the speed 
of sound with gravity as the 
only force. 


SAIGON (LPI)—A military 
■pokramaa la Saigon says a 

U.S. fighter plane attacking 
Norik Viet Nam was shat 
down by go nitre. A anther jet 
trying to aaaUt Uw dowsed 
pilot iIm wan shot down. 


Mixed protests — some peace¬ 
ful, some charged with vmiencs 
—spread across the United 
States over the wee k en d to con¬ 
demn Hie government s policies 
in Viet Nam. 

T7ie pattern was repeated in 
mrny major centres around the 
globe with demonstration# re¬ 
ported from London. Dubbn. To- 
.StockhoJm and 


The spofcrnraaa aaya they 
were shot down Friday during 
aa attack oa military barrack* 
about la milea nouthweat af 
Hanoi. 


ronto Brussels, 

Tokyo. 

For the second straight day, 
thousands of demons trators 
marched through city streets 
across the U.S. 


50,000 Cubans 


Orderly 

Exodus 


Saturday de¬ 
manding an end to the war In 
Viet Nam. Many w ere met with 
arrests, blows, curses, eggs and 
ied paint. Many planned to con¬ 
tinue today. 

In New York, a flying wedge 
at spectators cracked through 
police barricades and beat dem¬ 
onstrators to the pavement dur¬ 
ing a march -4 13,000 persons 
down Fifth Avenue. 

BREAK RANKS 

Two men dashed into the rank 
at • Spanish-speaking continger 
marching with a Cuban flag 

One grabbed a marcher an 
they fell wrestling to the pave 
ment. both tearing their shirts 
u they rolled over and over 
until poMce broke It up. 
DIFFERENT FLAGS 

Marchers also bore the U.S. 
and United Nations flags and 
signs reading. “Stop the War In 
Viet Nam Now.” 

A gang of 35 "Hell's Angels.” 
n notorious gang at California 
motor cycle riders, swarmed 
through police barricades and 
attacked marchers at Berkeley. 
A police sergeant suffered a 
broken leg when he was beaten 
to the ground and patrolmen 
clubbed one of the "Angels” to 
the street. 

DRAFT AGE 

From Texas to Wisconsin and 
from New York to Los Angeles, 
marchers- many of them young 
men of draft age — denounced 
America's policies in Southeast 
Asia and charged American sot- 
('ontlaaed oa Page 1 


KEY WEST. Fla. <AP> — 
Ninety-four more Cubans sailed 
tn Florida Saturday in a flotilla 
of small boats, and with clear¬ 
ing weather, authorities braced 
for a weekend exodus of per¬ 
haps two or three times that 
many. 

In addition, from Havana 
rame indications that diplo¬ 
matic red tape may soon be 
cleared away for orderly evacu¬ 
ation of 50,000 or more persons. 

So far as could be determined, 
there appears to be at present 
only one major category of 
people that Cuba will not permit 
to leave the country -boys and 
men between 34 and 27. 
MILITARY DUTIES 

The reasons given are that 
they have military obligations to 
the state. 

Meanwhile, more than 40 
small boats piloted by Cuban 
exiles continued to arrive and 
depart at Camarioca. about 15 
miles east of the Cuban capital. 

They were loading' Cubans 
with relatives in the United 
States for the risky trip*across 
the Florida Straits. 


His daughter Ada. 26, also 
wounded in the attack, said an 
assailant entered the ambulance 
taking him away and fired an¬ 
other shot which killed him. 

The leader of tfie Revolu¬ 
tionary Action party was 56. 

His wife also was wounded. 


Don’t Miss 

Moving Date 
Set for Saanich 
—Page 10 


Pacifist is downed in New York tussle over Cuban flag 


Leafs Rattle 
Canucks Again 
—Page 16 


Happy Failures 
See Meal Burn 

—Page 20 


BALTIMORE (UPI)-Secre- 
tary of Stata Doan Rusk 
declared Saturday that txtiess 
Communist aggression to Viet 
Nam it repelled, the world 
will face further and bigger 
aggressions to the future. 


largely unseen and unheard 
search tor world pence la 
gathering momentum. 


cited advances in mtemutiunal 
roope rattan in fields as 
diverse as disarmament, avia¬ 
tion. health, trade and setonre: 


The Chinese Cbmmunu.ts, 
he aaid, remain “blatant advo¬ 
cates of violence.” 

“The _ militant G*nmum.sts 
of Asia," Risk said, “will 
have to learn that aggression 
does not pay. That h the 
issue involved. But if aggres¬ 
sion there is not repetted, we 
would have to expect further 
and bigger aggression* in the 
future." 


Bridge 


President Johnson's chief 
diplomatic adviser made the 
statements in a formal lecture 
st John Hopkins University. 
Most of his remarks were de¬ 
voted to the hopeful side of 
foreign affairs which, he com¬ 
plained, receives little public 
attention. For example, ha 


Comic* 


While this is taking place, 
he aadd. Americans "dare not 
let down our guard against 
aggression.” He said Russia 
"appears to understand what 
a great war would cost" but 
still supports so-called "wars 
of national liberation." 


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Financial New* 
Garden Notes 

Social ./ _.. 

S|*ort . 

Television_ 

Theatres ...... 


But he also said that while 
Viet Nam and other crises 
capture the headlines, a 





















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Sunday, October 17, 1965 


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Worldwide Peace Protests 


diers and marines wito ptrecitie-.- 
against the Vietnamese. 

Demonstrations of various size 
and Intensity were reported in 
New York, Washing'on, Chicago. 
Madison, Los Angeles. Berkeley, 
Calif., San Diego, Pittsburgh, | 
Portland, Ore., Cincinnati, Mem¬ 
phis. Tenn.. Philadelphia, Ne# 
Orleans, Austin, Tex., Lawrence, 
Kan.. St. Louis, Carbondale, Ill., 
Seattle and Miami. 

The national co-ordinating 
committee to end the war in 
Viet Nam reported from Us 
Madison, Wis.. headquarters 
that demonstrations had been 
planned in at least 100 cities 
this weekend. The committee's 
chairman. Frank Emspak, re¬ 
ceived reports in a rundown 
building just two blocks from 
Wisconsin's capltol and said 
"AU the reports I have re¬ 
ceived show excellent results.” 

MASSED POLICE 

Massed police lined the j 
march routes In many cities! 
and Federal Bureau of Investi-1 
gatlon agents kept a close look j 
out for possible Communist 
agitators. The agents were 
also prepared to move quickly 
against any male demonstra¬ 
tors caught burning their draft 
cards — an offence punishable 
by up to five years In prison 
and a $5,000 fine under a new 
federal law. 

Also under investigation was 
a national movement to en¬ 
courage young men to beat 
the draft which announced its 
plans from Chicago. 

VIOLENT RESPONSE 

The demonstrators met an 
angry, even violent response 
In some cities, with the worst 
clashes breaking out in New 
York and at Berkeley. 

Eggs and cars of red paint 
bombarded the New York 
marchers as they moved 
through police lines in a two- 
hour-and 15 minute parade. 
Then a flying wedge of about 


50 young men crashed through 
the barricades and fell upon 
the marchers. Men and women 
were brought down by frying 
tackles and punches. 
MARCHER HIT 

Police restored order, but 
later a young heckler attacked 
a middle aged marcher with 
his fists. A high police official 
put in a call to headquarters 
to "send me every man you 
have except those on patrol.” 

Hours later in Berkeley— 
scene of a march of 5,000 Fri¬ 
day night—the "Hells Angels” 
stormed Into a crowd of 
marchers estimated at 2,500. 
They attacked Just as the 
marchers approached a police 
cordon set up to keep them 
from entering the city of Oak¬ 
land. Calif. 

TWO ARRESTED 

Many of the 1,000 spectators 
ran into the street to join the 
melee. 

At least two of the “Hells 
Angels” were arrested. 

The demonstrators were try 
Ing for, the second day to 
march from Berkeley, home 
of the University of California, 
to the Oakland army terminal. 

While an estimated 75 anti- 
Vlet Nam war demonstrators 
marched in Washington, orders 
went out to base and ship com¬ 
manders to strengthen security 
measures as a precaution. 
Among the voices denouncing 
the marchers was that of Vice- 
President Hubert Humphrey, 
who called the demonstrators’ 
“teach-in" techniques "feeble, 
futile and unnecessary." 

NOT COWED 

One of the few Washington 
supporters of the demonstra¬ 
tors waa Sen. Wayne Morse 
ID—Ore.), who has opposed 
his country's role in Viet Nam. 
He said, "I thank my God that 
there are thousands who will 
be heard from—and who will 
not be cowed by the bigots." 


Parades were staged in many 
other cities. Here is a look 
at some of them: 

• Lawrence, Kansas — 
Police arrested a man in an 
anti-war group carrying a sign 
with an obscene word written 
on it. He and 20 others were 
marching In front' of the 
county draft board office. 

• Cincinnati, Ohio — Fifty 
anti-war pickets marched out¬ 
side the federal building. They 
were picketed by a group of 
counter-pickets carrying a 
wreath in memorial to U.S. 
dead m Viet Nam. 

• Memphis, Tennessee — 
Student leaders Issued a state¬ 
ment of support of U.S.-Viet 
Nam policy. “Constant appease¬ 
ment oan only lead to war and 
surrender _ to our country’s 
enemies.” the statement said. 

• Philadelphia Marchers 
picketed a plant manufacturing 
helicopters used by U.S. forces 
in Viet Nam. Police asked 
counter-pickets to move because 
they blocked entrance to a fire¬ 
house across street. 

ri Carbondale, Illinois — 
About 70 marchers protesting 
Viet Nam war policy were hit 
with eggs on a march from 
Southern Illinois university to 
the post office. One marcher's 
sign said . . . "Make Love, No* 
War.” 

• Madison, Wisconsin — Po¬ 
lice arrested 11 persons who 
tried to make a "citizen's ar¬ 
rest” of the commander of 
Troax air force base. They were 
part of a group of 40 who were 
blocked by air policemen, their 
arms linked, from entering the 
base. 

• Pittsbtayh — Students 
picketing armed forces recruit¬ 
ment centres encountered oppo¬ 
sition . One man who said he 
had been a marine in Guadal¬ 
canal. refused to make room on 
the sidewalk for the pickets. 



Your Good Hefdth 


Poor Gall Bladder X-Ray 
Indicates Organ Diseased 


By JOSEPH MOLNKR, MD 
Dear Dr. Molaer: I had sev¬ 
eral X-rays of my gall bladder 
bat nothing showed. All the la 
formation I can get from the 
hospital Is that the results could 
be for “many reasons.”—WJ. 

Let's first describe how a gall 
bladder Is X-rayed. 

When X-raying soft tissues, 
you have to arrange the object 
so the parts you want will show 
up. The useful but not always 
appreciated barium enema fills 
the colon with a material which 
will be opaque. The rays will 
pasa easily through the sur¬ 
rounding soft tissues. So the 
shape of the colon shows up 
sharp and clear. 

DYE INJECTED 
With X-ray of arteries, a dye 
Is Injected into the blood stream 
for the same purpose—to make 
the arteries show clearly. 

And ditto for the gall bladder. 


Normally that organ Is constant-! 
ly accepting concentrated bile 
from the liver, and. thus reach¬ 
ing the gall bladder, will show 
us that organ in clear outline. 

PICTURE POOR 

We?!, suppose bile Isn’t flow¬ 
ing into the gall bladder In nor¬ 
mal quantity? The dye won't 
get there either. And we’ll have 
no useful picture—or in more 
technical parlance, we can’t 
“visualize” it 

Stones may be blocking the 
flow. So may infection. Or, qf 
course, there may be something 
wrong with the liver so It isn't 
delivering bile—but in that case 
many other unmistakable signs 
will point the way to the trouhle. 
ORGAN DISEASED 

Thus when X-ray attempts do 
not visualize the gait bladder. 
It’s good evidence that the or¬ 
gan is diseased. 

It is not fair to say that once 


a gall bladder becomes diseased 
whether from Infection, or from 
stones) It never can recover. An 
Infection may be subdued, or a 
small stone may interfere with 
flow of bile but ultimately man¬ 
age to pass through the duct 
and escape. 

CHANCES BUM 

However, foe practical pur¬ 
poses, when the gall bladder is 
sufficiently diseased or dis¬ 
rupted, the chances of its return 
to normal are rather slim. 

When it cannot be visualized, 
a good many doctors lean rather 
strongly to advising removal on 
grounds that the organ obviously 
can’t be doing any good, and 
removal eliminates the risk of 
the condition*degenerating Into 
something more critical later 
on. 

The decision usually takes 
into consideration other fac¬ 
tors: How much pain you are 
having, your age and general 
health, and so on. 


“I'm not moving Jar these peo¬ 
ple.” he said. 

• Austin, Tex. — Courts 
banned a scheduled protest by 
about 90 Students at the Uni¬ 
versity of Texas, About 120 
marchers kept to the sidewalks 
in a quiet trek from the uni¬ 
versity to the oapitol. 

• Chicago. Roosevelt Uni¬ 
versity — Eggs were thrown at 
anti-war marchers and two stu¬ 
dents brawled over a sign that 
read: “I only follow orders— 
Adolph Eichmann.” 

• Washington — College 
students and professors an¬ 
swered the marchers with posi¬ 
tive means—a “Reverse Teach- 
in” which condemned "leftwing 
Beatnik protests against Amer-' 
ican firmness In Viet Nam.” 

• Salem, Ore. — The state 
capitol was locked for the first 
time since the bombing of 
Pearl Harbor while authorities 
permitted an anti war rally to 
be held on the building’s steps. 

• Sem In ole, Oklahoma 
—Launched a “Flags for Free¬ 
dom” project and urged mer¬ 
chants and homeowners to dis¬ 
play American flags to protest 
the demonstrations. 

In other protests against 
American military Intervention 
in Viet Nam trouble erupted in 
London, Dublin, B r u a a e 1 s, 
Stockholm and Tokyo. 

• Toronto — Opposing 
signs of “Stop the war against 
Viet Nam” and “U.S. stand on 
guard for us" waved side by 
side as several hundred per¬ 
sons paraded for more than an 
hour in front of the United 
States consulate here Satur¬ 
day. 

The majority were protest¬ 
ing U.S. military action in Viet 
Nam, but about 50 persons car¬ 
ried slogans in support of 
American policy. 

• London — more than 
1500 people marched on the 
U.S. Embassy tonight carrying 
banners saying “We Want 
Johnson Crucified.” 

Hooting and chanting, the 
crowd waa met by squad of 
London bobbies protecting the 
huge U.S. building on Gros- 
venor Square. 

The demonstration was or¬ 
ganized by various pacifist and 
ban-the-bomb groups to coin¬ 
cide with similar protest 
marches in the United States. 

A young girl carrying a 
lighted candle led the London 
marchers. 

They chanted “Stop the 
Slaughter in Viet Nam.” One 
section called out the refrain 
“Wilson Is Johnson’s Poodle." 

This was aimed at British 
Prime Minister Wilson who has 
thrown his labor government's 
support fully behind President 
Johnson's policy In Viet Nam. 

• Brussels — Demonstra¬ 
tors marched through down¬ 
town streets chanting their 
support of what they called 
“the day of international pro¬ 
test against American military 
intervention In Viet Nam." 

• Copenhagen, Denmark 
—Demonstrators handed a 
petition of protest to U S. Em¬ 
bassy officials after a peaceful 
protest. 

• Dublin — A group of 
about 50 persona describing it¬ 
self as the “Irish Peace Com¬ 
mittee” held a public meeting 
and then marched to the 
American Embassy In Balls- 
bridge, 

• Tokyo — Where leftists 
usually fill the streets with 
thousands of anti-American 
demonstrators, only about 100 
students and Intellectual* turn¬ 
ed out to listen to pacifist 
speeches. 

The official Soviet news 
agency Tans In a New York 
dated dispatch under a head¬ 
line reading “Protests of 
American Youth,” said: 

'A wave of student demon¬ 
strations against the United 
States aggression in Viet Nam 
Maine to Florida to California.” 
Maine to Florida to California. 


Council Business 

CouncilH of Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Saanich, 
Sidney and Central Saanich and Oak Bay’s B Com¬ 
mittee meet this week. 

Oak Bay council will meet at 8 p.m. Mdnday 
and will consider: 

• Condition of beach at Sp oon Bay. 

• Rezoning application bn Pfospect Place. 

• Recreation report on Windsor Park. 

* * * 

Saanich council will meet at 7:45 p.m. Monday 
to consider: 

• IJse of Gorge Boathouse property. 

• Police and engineer’s report on parking 
near schools. 

• Municipal clerk’s report on status of re¬ 
zoning applications. 

• Recommendations of parks and recreation 
committee. 

• Official opening of new municipal hall. 

* * * 

Esquimau council will meet at 7:80 p.m. Mon¬ 
day and consider: 

• Purchase of two cars for police depart¬ 
ment 

* * * 

Sidney Council will hold a special meeting at 
7:S0 Monday to give final reading to a land pur¬ 
chase bylaw. 

* it ★ 

Central Saanich council will meet at 8 p.m. 
Tuesday and consider: 

• Recommendations of the Capita] Region 
Planning board. 


From Pace 1 


Red Rocket Blast 


the Communist party and the 
Soviet government can inform 
you, comrade deputies, that j 
although the weapons we have I 
are formidable weapons, the! 
weapon we have in the hatching 
stage today is even more per¬ 
fect, even more formidable. 

•FANTASTIC” 

“This weapog under develop-; 
ment, you might say in the port-! 
folio of the scientists, is a fan¬ 
tastic one." 

Then on March 16, 1962, In a 
speech in the Kremlin, Khrush¬ 
chev indicated his "fantastic'' 
new weapon had been perfected, 
although he did not refer to It in 
that way. Nor did he mention 
his previous boast 

“Our scientists and engi¬ 
neers,” he said, "have created 
a new Intercontinental rocket 
which they call global. This 
rocket is invulnerable to anti¬ 
missile weapons.” 

Any nuclear-powered rocket 


would be global, since its fuel 
would permit it to make ex¬ 
tended flights before zeroing in 
on targets. 

Klirushchev said the new 
weapons could outwit U.S. radar 
and warning systems in the 
north polar region because “the 
new global rockets can fly 
around the world in any direc¬ 
tion and strike a blow at any set 
target.” 


CONTINENT 18 CROWDED 
The population of India, one- 
seventh of the world's total, Is 
expected to reach 500,000,000 in 
two years. 



Words Fall on Deaf Ears 


Angry Sukarno Orders Army 
To Halt Hunt for Communists 


The Weather 


OCTOBER 17, 1963 

Gale warning for Juan de 
Fuca Strait. Variable cloudi¬ 
ness, sunny [>eriods in the after¬ 
noon. Cool. Outlook for Monday 
Increasing cloud. Winds west¬ 
erly 15 to 20. Saturday's precipi¬ 
tation trace; sunshine 1 hour; 
recorded high and low at Vic¬ 
toria 53 and 44. Today's fore¬ 
cast high and low near 55 and 38- 
45. Today's sunrise 7:37 a.m.; 
sunset 6:20 p.m.; moonrise 11:45 
p.m.; moon set 3:30 a.m. 

East Coast of Vancouver 
Island: Gale warning for 
Georgia Strait. Cloudy in the 
morning, sunny in the after¬ 
noon. Little change in tempera¬ 
ture. Ouotlook for Monday, in¬ 
creasing cloud. Winds westerly 
20. Today's forecast high and 
low at Nanaimo 55 and 40. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island: Gale warning. Cloudy, 


a few showers. Little change 
in temperature. Outlook for 
Monday, cloudy. Winds westerly 
25. Forecast high and low at 
Estevan Point 55 and 45. 

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JAKARTA, Indonesia (API— 
Grim-faced and angry, Presi¬ 
dent Sukarno Saturday in effect 
ordered the army to call off its 
anti-Communist campaign. 

Sukarno installed Maj. Gen. 
Suharto, a strong anticommu¬ 
nist, as the new army com¬ 
mander with the rank of minis¬ 
ter. Then he shouted: 

“I order Maj. Gen. Suharto 
to restore law and order and 
that there should be no agitated 
emotion either from left or 
right." 

NO SETTLEMENT 

Aa Suharto stood at stiff at¬ 
tention, Sukarno declared that 
in an agitated atmosphere “I 
cannot make a political settle¬ 
ment.” 

Sukarno was obviously refer¬ 
ring to the Army's crackdown 
on Communists, several thou¬ 
sand having been arrested in a 
roundup ol those who attempted 


a coup Sept. 30 against Sukarno. 
Suharto took over and broke up 
toe coup and has led the anti- 
Communist drive. 

Sukarno's words undoubtedly 
hit deaf ears because there was 
no sign the army would back 
down. 

BAN DEMANDED 

Damonstra tort paraded 
through Jakarta's streets de¬ 
manding the Indonesian Com¬ 
munist party be banned for tak¬ 
ing part In the coup. 

A government official said 
Sukarno wants to form a new 
Communist party to replace the 
present pro-Red Chinese one. 
This would be in line with his 
policy at building up the Com¬ 
munists to offset tha influence 
of the military. 

The army apparently will 
have nothing to do with a new 
party. Army-con trolled newspa¬ 
pers and speakers at anti-Com- 


SCAVENGER 

r 


Continued from Page 1 

Pearson Piqued 


munist rallies have been railing 
against the creation of a new 
Red party. 

WOULD OUTLAW REDS 

The army also appeared to be 
moving to outlaw the Commu¬ 
nist party. An order issued by 
KOTI, tiie supreme operations 
command, banned all activities 
by political parties involved in 
the Sept 30 coup. Communists 
were deeply Involved. 

Sukarno ordinarily signs 
KOTI orders but this one was 
signed by Brig. Gen. Sutjipoto 
Diplomatic sources said KOTI’s 
order could lead to outlawing 
the Indonesian Communist 
party and Its affiliates. 

Suharto looks tough but apeak* 
with a soft voice. Many Indone¬ 
sians feel he Is well qualified to 
run the 270,000-man army. 

At 44, Suharto succeed! Maj. 
Gen. Achmad Yanl, one of six 
generals tortured and murdered 
in the coup. 



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developed for IS* h o *— o-nie, 

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daan-up timplo and f—*. Boll* 
raggedly far long e unr te o. tha 
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for a— full year. Aik far a 
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Questioned by reporters, Mr. 
Robichaud denied he had oan- 
criled the bus but he admitted 
telephoning Mr. Mackay and 
objecting to the demonstra¬ 
tion. 

“I don’t think a demonstra¬ 
tion shows the sign of higher 
education . . . that Is not the 
way to do things," said the 
Liberal premier. 

* ft ★ 

"They're a bunch of young 
Tory boys,” he said. 

“Doe* this mean you told 
Mr. Maokay to halt the de¬ 
monstration?” he waa asked. 
He replied •’yes." Then be 
changed his mind. 

”1 didn't tell him what to 
do. I told him what they l the 
students) had In mind. I told 
him I disapproved. It was up 
to him what steps he took,” 
the premier said. 

* *' * 

Then he pointed out to 
reporters that toe university 
waa run by toe province. 

Mr. Rablcheud maintained 
he would have opposed any 


demonstration against Con¬ 
servative leader Dlrienbaker 
or any of the other opposition 
party leaders. 

Outside of their shouting, 
the students were orderly. 
They explained beforehand to 
police that they didn't intend 
to cause any trouble, 
fo * * 

They heckled mildly during 
speeches by Mr. Robichaud 
and Mr. Pearson. Most of 
them left In the middle of 
Mr. Pearson’s speech. 

It was the first concerted 
effort by any group to demon¬ 
strate against the prime 
minister to the campaign. 


CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP 
OF ESQUIMALT 

LIST OF ELECTORS 


1MB INI 

NOTICE la hereby given that • Court of Revision 
will alt in the Municipal Hall on Monday, November lit 
1965, at 7:15 p.m. to hear all complaints and correct 
and revise the List of Electors for 1965-1966. 

A copy of the List of Electors revised as of Oc¬ 
tober 1st, 1965, has been posted on the notice board at 
the Municipal Hall and may there be Inspected between 
the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on all week days except 
Saturday. 

J. W. Alton. 

Municipal Clerk. 

Municipal HaD, 

Esqulmah, BC, 

October 16, 1965. 


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fiaiill tfolnmu! Victoria, B.C., S«a., 0etH7, 1965 


Boer War Vets 
Honored 
At Cobble Hill 

By JKAN BAIN 

COBBLE HILL — Only two Boer War veterans! 
remain in the Cobble Hill Branch of the Royal Canadian 
Legion, and both men were honored at this week’s 
Legion meeting. ~ - 

A .pedal cake wa* prepared con nection with the Nov. 
for G*!e. Deakin and A. R. H oteervam*. the Royal Qjna- 
AUen. but Mr. Deakin wa> un- d “ n W 0 " aponaor. a nation- 
able to attend due to tllnere. essay content with ca.h 
But a birthday cake will be * wan ” 
presented to him at the next The annual Poppy Day will 
meeting. be held Nov. 11, and some pro- 

Legionaire* learned that the, reeds will be used to aid needy 
Rev. P, G. Harm and branch| veterans and their drpendents 
president T. A. V. Tremblay In the Cobble Hill area, 
have been talking to atudents Plan* for the annual dinner 
In the various district schools f or the women's auxiliary 


J region 


Building Sale Held Up 
Pearson Cable Claims 


about the significance 

Arm la tire Day. _ 

CANADIAN PACIFIC 
RETIRED EMPLOYEES 

NINTHLY MICTINt 

win a* s«m 

Oct. 19 — 2 p.m. 

IhUh: 

PADBE WAITE 

sn —i xura 


013 for the women a auxiliary 
of were made and the event will 
ba held Oct 24, 7:30 p.m. In 

n the Tfeoubalara Hotel. 

Gueata at the meeting of the 
auxiliary were Mrs. P. G. 
Harris, wife of the branrti 
padre, and Mrs. M. B. Robson 1 
of Duncan, sone oflfidais. 

The ladles discussed the 
forthcoming project of pur- 
( chasing and dl*%4buting Christ¬ 
mas gifts to elderly citizens 
and nuialng home* In the 
I district 


Medal for Susan 

Proud medal-winner Susan MacKenzie of Nanaimo 
receives Governor-General’s medal from Education 
Minister Leslie Peterson. The Nanaimo girl had 
highest graduation marks of anv B.C. high school 
student last year.—(Lea Englefield) 

Albernis Discuss 
Region Benefits 


By MARY TAILOR 

PORT ALBERNI—"Our plea is getting seriousi 
consideration.” said Mayor I^s Hammer, after receiving' 
a telegram from Prime Minister Pearson concerning 
disposal of old militia buildings on the fall fair ground 
by Crown Assets. \ 

y, • ... , . , _ on the same side of the fence," 

ThS ? * Mayor Hammer. 

* 1he ,? UlW - Crottn Assets wrote the Tuin 
T, PendinK 4 Cities last week and said an 
review of the situation. Dffer jio.000 had been 

The telegram followed a tele- received and would be accepted 
phone conversation with Crown accepted unless the cities 
Assets. In which an official of wanted to match It by Oct. 15. 
the corporation told relieved city rAK . fh 

JESS if’ ««* wires were dispatched 

ordered the sale of buildings to , hp Minlster . , 

up ‘ By Friday no reply had been 

"At least Crown Assets and received, so the two mayors 
the Prime Minister seen to be phoned Crown Assets. To their 

relief they were told no action 


Tofino Neics 


MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 

SPECIALS 

OCTOBER lt-lD-20 


SWANSON’S 

DINNERS 

2 » 99 

CHICKEN - TURKEY - BEEF 


GOV’T INSPECTED 
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TRAY PACK 

BOILING 

FOWL lb 

WINDSOR 


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STRAWBERRY 

JAM $4 09 

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STORE LOCATIONS: 

5124 Cordova Bay Road 

1515 Pandora Ave. 

880 Esquimau Rd. 

W’e Rea ere the Right to Limit Quantities 


would be taken pending a review 
of the whole situation. 

„ BREATHING SPACE 

L „L „ „ The arrival of the Prime 

^tnouner Minister 1 * telegram confirming 

this has permitted councils to 
s-* p take a breathing space, but no 

f ra r ga decision has actually been 

tidlC m » d «- 

There may still be problems 
■j-t | ahead before the buildings are 

r v non He ,inalJ y disposed of. 

UAUdUUlS PAIJL. PAIR HIT 

E Without the use of the old 

TOFINO- A taxi aervlce will 
be started here soon by Barrie " ’ wlU tave "° 
Gauthier, proprietor of Schooner * ® . ' 


Moose Women 

October 
Yule tide 


A LBERNT—Rep resen ta ti v es from the Twin Cities SveCaV The »-y«T-oid f.u fair would I 

and surrounding areas gathered in Albemi City Hail Mr. and Mrs. Gauthier are have to ^ n<,w faeilitlM - an l 
Thursday to hear James Baird, assistant deputy mini- »)*> planning an addition to the u L v !f h '? 

jater of municipal affairs, outline the possibilities and IS b^Lg^™ ^ needed. 

I advantages of regional district*. The cate will he closed during Veterans' parades are held in 

As a result, a regaml dls-i November to allow the changaa. buildings when bad weather 

Irtrt shifiv populalkm figures for the * * * fwces them indoors, and many 

. _ , j areas concerned, and complete Women's auxiliary to the other •ctlvities and com- 

formed with Aid. Charles Blair initial studies of lha idea, before United Church ia planning a merdal displays also find a 
a* chairman. presenting any suggestions to thrift sale on an unannounced home In the buildings during the 

The group will study the regu-j the public. date hi November. >^ ar -_ 

latfcrn for establishment of re- should regional districts be * * * 

gional districts, consider maps established, many problems legion president Raymond 

which at present plague unor- Sloman has thanked volunteers 

ganiaed districts, such as sewage w *> * av * th * lr ,abor °" ”***- a 

Moose Women disposal, water lines, garbage f** 1 ? complete wort on the | 1 iL 

I - collection, sireet lighting, could “ ,l V^vUMnf .pace for ^ - —fT• #W a 

be effectively arranged for ^ ■ Popular sport here. IWJIIII lAIAiM I 

g~\ m | under the new scheme, he said. „ L * , * , 

October t—tJ- 

This was the second such turned after a holiday in Saska- ■ , amDTLI fill III 

x; f # • f meeting held In the valley, but toon. At NUKI H I^UAI 

V l|fOri/II> because of the postal strike, * * * 

M %-ww\sty%>\ArKs invitations to attend the original Tender* will be called soon It s fall planting time an 

meetuw* were not received by for ,he nrw fpde,ra l government for quality bulbs, everg 

i DUNCAN—Christmas in Oc- lomp representatives building at Tofino. to be built at 1 nursery stock just right I 

tober was the theme of this the comer of Campbell and 

week s meeting of the Women Attending Thursday s meeting iF1 „ t _ 

of the Moose. were Aid. Blair who represented it will be a two-storey build- PoAlllDC ^ RQ^ 

! The special program wa . lAlb ”«- ^ J»«n Ma. F^ rep-j ^ 70 by 40 feet. rCDIlieS Ea 03 

chaired by Mooae Heart com ,7*T#^n POrt " N The building will hold the post 

mittee chairman Mrs. Larry ,,unt r ° r Be>v, * r °^ k lm P ro ' e 'office, fisheries .nd other otfices 0 |(Af|f||n0’ U If Si 

p Mt , ment Diitrlct, Les McKinnon for,-—--- 0 DvUlllllE lljtf 

_ . Oierry Creek. Ron Hess for the 

The room was trimmed with v,,. , . __, t • n , —a ■ ■ • ■ .. 


A FAMILY 
TRADITION 


Since Its founding In 1867, the Hay¬ 
ward Family have been known for 
their High Standard and Courteous 
Sendee to thousands In the Greater 
Victoria area. 

Three generations later, Mr. William 
Hayward Is carrying on thl* family 
tradition. 

Today, Mr. Havward and Mr. Alfred 
W. Francis rededlcate themselve* in 
continuing to follow these policies 
that have been so widely known and 
accepted for 98 years. 

Superior Service and providing per¬ 
fection when the need arises has and 
wtll continue to be the policy of this 
Pioneer Funeral Chapel. 


HAYWARD’S 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 


SUPERIOR SERVICE SINCE 1867 


MEMBER. TWI ORDER OF THC GOLDEN RULl 


p n1 ! ment Diitricl, Les McKinnon fori 

___ ~ . Oierry Creek, Ron Hess for ihe 

The room was tr.mmed w.,h ^ Ratepayers. Dick! 

, d T r . a !T S ' andthe , Poole for U clue let. Fred Stuart 


vsa- j <* gu * u *<* 

I mony in wfilcn top Hunipn *•« »■ _ . >. •-». . . 

dressed ia white, walked aroutd , fft ] ° m r ;, MacDurmid was 

the room led by the ^^i^le to attend, 
holding lighted candles. Jlm Sawyer, city manager in, 

GIFTS FOR HOME Alberrn, anil Dennis Tbasn, clerk-1 

.. „ ... oomptrnUer for Port Albetvu, 

Mr*. Will Urn H.m.r and Mrs. also ^ mMllng . 

Lawrence Hogg, dressed as an ___ 

old man and old lady, repre¬ 
senting the elderly citizens re- 

aiding at Moose Haven, re- Church Parailp 
ceived the gifts which will he I mdUt 

distributed at the home at I . 

Oiristmas. 1 I OClaV 

MONEY GIVEN J 

The ceremony concluded with, At AllK*rili 
the donation of money which 

will be used by the Mooee Heart ALBERNI —Sixty Sea Cadeta 
committee to purchase chtl- and Wienettes will hold a 
dretTi gifts. c 1 


Church Parade 
Today 
At AllK*rui 


Lion Roar j 
Heard 
At Fulford 

FILFORD — Salt Spring 
Lion's Club recently held Its 
annual Charter Night. 

Following a social hour, a sup¬ 
per was served by the mem¬ 
bers of the Fulford Hall Com- 
mitee, to 125 Lions and their 
guests. 

Victoria Lion Jack Tang rolled 
in on roller-skates and kept 
them on for the dance which 


At NORTH QUADRA FLORIST an! GARDEN CENTRE 

It’s fall planting time and ihia Is your first stop 
for quality bulbs, evergreens and a wealth of 
nursery stock just right for planting! 

Peonies e,89 < 10 t,, 8 
8 Bedding Hyacinths *1 48 

50 Mixed Narcissi *r 9 

50 Mixed Crocus .... 99 


OVER 50 VARIETIES 
OF TULIPS 

Chooac From All the Best Varieties 
for Fresh Early Spring Blooms 


PARK 


ANEMONES 


will be used by the Moore Heart ALBERNI -Sixty Sea Cadets fo,,OWfd , 
committee to purchase chtl- and Wienettes will hold a Ll0n » the higgest roars 
dren'i gifts ^ * were at the head table, headed 

The committee win ^ by Salt Spring Presideni, Slim 

It* gift, M,^r llrt tor u"- ' L ’ n "“' “•'«> wl “> «"> 

children at Christmas. Albemi. were. 

BAZAAE The traditional Trafalgar, HKAD TAB,E 

The women will again take ^ be attended W. T. D. Jones and Mrs 

part in the amual Cow1chanl by Mr - * ,ld Dfnnia W. I Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trel- 

Friendship Bazaar neat airing B *' ow, ‘ "’d Mr. and Mrs. Geiryi ford, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 
and a representative will attend o* Victoria. Malley, Percy Frampton. Mr. 

the Oct. 20 meeting to be held Mr. Brown, president of the and Mra - Eric Faure, Jack 
in the old Eagle'a Hall. Vancouver Island Division of Tang, Mr. and Mrs. W'. F. Thor- 

che Navy League of Canada, bum, and Mrs. Nell Foster, ! 
and Its national vice-president, Victoria. . 

will read the praveca Mr' Gordon and Mr*. Smith of Bel- 
Bishop Is treasurer of the V.I.|lingham, Linorl O'Neill, Hart 
Division of the Navy League Bradley and Mrs. Bradley, and 
N °7. A . T ,* The service at 11:00 a.m. wU!l clark Matthleu. 

J »BMM Miltri Ltd. be conducted by the Rev. Roy GOOD ATTENDANCE 

M» irHikua IL SS4-IIU Rogers, chapladn of the local Percy Jones, local postmaster 

MMMMMMMMWM—— —J radft corps. ^ _ received a pin for his 100 per 1 

r -- cent attendance for the year. 

Mr. Thorburn gave an out-, 
line o< the Lions' latest project, j 
Pioneer Vllliage. 


‘ 7 separate colors. 

► DOZ.. 

100 for 93.SO 


flfilJC 5 separate 

UllUa colors. DOZ. 
100 for 93.90 


OUTDOOR CYCLAMEN 
FORCING HYACINTHS 


12 for 93.99 


Plastic Bird Feeder 
4 lbs. Wild Bird Seed 


45' 

FREE 

LECTURE 

45' 

By Lloyd Park 

DEMONSTRATION 

"29' 

ON CUTTINGS 

Air - La;*rlng of ludoar pluta. 

an DM i* k* ab«« Id MJIUob 

35' 

ta iMUir*. 

fUil.ur for Oil. lectur* aa 
»arly a. paaalfela at Itorlh 
Quadra Flarlal and Oardaa 
Ornlrt, aad ba aura of »a«t- 

59* 

In Our Reference Library 
2nd Floor 

Wednesday, Oct. 20 

at 8 p.m. 


M» IrHikhn IL 


Paact Maatiag 

Hear 

DR. JAMES 
ENMCOTT 

Just Returned from 
Jakarta. Indonesia 

Wad., Oct. 20, 8 p.m. 

liBUDfS Of 

Students' Union Building, 
University of Victoria 
Ifon AcUm Lr.su *i 


Big Cheque 
Worthless 


NANAIMO — Stanley Eric 
Hunter. 18, Lake Oowichan. 
pleaded guilty in police court 
here Saturday I to Issuing a 
worthless $900 cheque. 

Mr. Hunter was remanded 
until Monday foe a pre-sentence 
report. 


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Today’s 

Sport 


end Herman Hanson, hit flank¬ 
er Bobby Taylor on another 32- 
yard strike for a touchdown and 
*et Up a two-yard touchdown 
plunge by halfback Ted Woods 
with a 19-yard pats to Taylor. 


before a crowd of only 18.693 
diehard fans and Argonauts firv 


, WH&4 TO RSH O* HUNT 


By JIM TAYLOR 


*V«TC5? 








Especially on Scoreboard 16 

Leafs Impress 
Even Canucks 


You kept looking for a place where Victoria Maple _ . _ _ # 

Leafs were the slightest bit weak, and you couldn't find fw'Mg-g I / m g\ 

, The Leafs whipped Vancouver pla > in * , th * ir lhlrd « ame in as __ , 

Canucks. 7-2, at Memorial Arena many nights. f J 

and if there were any fugitives The strange thing about last ff 
from Sandown in the crowd of night's game was that although 
4.331 their form chart would the Leafs scored seven goals- 
have to read something like ’wo by Dick Lamoureux and one MM M 

this: by Andy Hebenton, John fM M_ M- mg. O 

Goal: outstanding. Scoring j Sleaver, Bob Barlow, Ed Litzen- 
potential: delightful. Defence: I Merger and Lou Jankowski-they 
murderous. ! won it on defence. 

This was the second start and They won It with a gritty per - 1 
the second win for Frank forma nee in the second period. I i.^j _, * . . 

Mario’s Leafs, leaving them tied when they drew seven penalties )ea (Jp to victory ""ver* s^atS 

with Portland Buckarooa atop including a major to one Van- Saturday ^ 10 21S f -„ 

the early Western Hockey couver minor, gave up but one in L. three 

League standings. They get goal, and scored two. It gave pe£ds. fcSSESf tHiM ZZ 

their chance to step out in front them a 3-1 lead going into the \\~ZZ 

tonight in Seattle, where both final period, and fro £ then on! 

they and the Totems will be it was a laugher. overdo " " 

No Nonsense NHL-Type Goal ! opening night turnout in the 

-- , * | league this season. 

, Leafs had taken a 1-0 lead in i So the defence was ouutand- The defending champion 

the first period on Litzen-1 ing. But defence starts in goal, Buckaroos jumped into a 3-1 
berger’s goal, a no-nonsense, and in the Victoria goal there lead after the first period on 
NHL shot from Inside the blue was A1 Millar, unshakable and goals by McVle, Cliff Schmautz 
line on a pass from Mike on this night virtually unbeat- and Bill Saunders. Bill Dineen 
Labadie. But in the second they able. scored for Seattle, 

ran afoul of Barry Ballance, a In the second period, protect- flND8 NET 
referee who was calling every- ing that one-goal lead, he came * . 

thing and was called some up with a save on a scramble . 1/1 tfie 8econ d penod, Portland 
interesting things in return. from Howie Hughes, beat Bob lU advantage to 3-2 

— McCusker cleanly on a clear a * McVie and Art Jones found 

For the first six minutes and break b]ue ] inP , and the net. Gary Butler got Seattle’* 

20 second, of the penod Leafs stap ^ iuoc ^ v e «<«' that period, 

played ^orthanded, and a great lhota by Phll Maloney and Me- rnWT 

part of the time they were minus r k i mpvi. (Mutinn, Joirai 

two men. lUter ta the^period Ihe third he skated out to @ VSHff 

TiST block McNeil1 when he was * port - 

another minute and a half. home tne with the score 3-1 and 
But people like Claude La- Canucks pressing. Then Heben-|»m *. 5 :s?. aonn. ’ pi* sr k£i£ 
brosse, Lamoureux, Fred and Ion scored the 4-1 goal and tiie 1 ^ M 'to k m, Biond* <p> 

Sandy Hucul and Steve Witiuk pressure was off, but until then jaw ond rramn 
kept coming up with the big Millar had been much of the * a«mui* B«u*r <k«u. whm.) r.i 
I shifts, and only once, while two difference. J< ”“ ,C 3chniwto M ~ 

W men abort, did they giva up a All in all. Millar ^nd the Leafs l-S»jy d k il ^SS.* irfT^' "i* 1 - 
goal. That one was to Billy are making this coaching busi- to m. 

McNeill, and It tied the score, ness a piece of cake for Mario, TH, * n er aion 
d 13 Reward Lamoureux had It back within unbeaten rookie in J*™ *°"T 

cent p two minutes on a slap shot that ***£ league. . ouiri n:ai ' *“ ' 6rr ' S4B ‘ 

Rewarded for guiding Mm- tcked ^ fhort lld _ Some weeks everything goes p™*.*- Whc <s) son. *rvi. p> 

nemta Twin, to American ^muSIST bSSw go?«- rWj- _ [vf _ , » fSPdPd ft 

is champion- otber at 10;50 In ^ M i4 lt K r*. ^ ,',‘T 

i«* I * h,p * faso ^ manager WB3 Hebenton, scoring after a . 

« Sam Mele yesterday s.gned ^orgeou. fake on rookie defence- .: $ ”, ^ 

* ^y* ar contract wtih S10,- man w>ytle Mu ]om, Larry Po- '**X oaa -- ^ ; i _ AU " <M " ma< 

000 8 r m u *l ran* to bring pay pein of Canucks, and Jankowski. »•«*« E™, 


No Nonsense NHL-Type Goal 


Near-capacity crated cheers goal by Andy Hebenton (15) of Leafs 


Calsary Wins , 28-19 


Eskimos F inally Put on Ice 

CALGARY (CPI — Defensive I For the Stampedrrs, *4» had, the Eskimos lfr-15 and 20-4 in in total offence with 412 yards 
halfback Larry Robinson kicked already clinched a WFC ptayoff, games earlier th*j season, on 171 yards rushing and 241 
two field goals and added three!spot, it was their 12th straight moved further into a first-place yard passing. Stampeder, moun- 
<(inverts for nine points to lead win over the Eskimos. ]ho*d at 22 points, six points led a total offence of 340 yards 

tlie Calgary stampeders to a, For Eatamo*, who had wnn ahead at the second-place on 144 yards rushing and 196 
28-19 victory Saturday over the five c# their eigftt previous | Winnipeg Blue Bombers. passing. 

Edmonton Eskimos in a Western games, the defeat Htamnaled Wimtipeg meets the Saskache- Calgary had 19 first downs 
Football Conference game be- them from WFC coewentfcsi. | wan roughriders at Regina to- compared to Edmonton’s 17. 
fore 21,000 fans. The Stampeders, who defeated < day and Brfcadi Columbia Lions, Redell completed 18 of 25 

who are tied at 13 potato with panes for a 72 per cent comple- 


Argos Celebrate 
Dick Shatto Day 


the Riders in thtad place, are non average. Calgary quarter- 
to meet the Hamilton TigesvCats back Eagle Day completed 13 
and Ottawa Rcugh Riders ta a of 20 toases for a 65 per cent 
Sunday-Tuesttoy aeries In the completion average. 

^**1 I KfATIMTU* 

The Eskimos, attacking under nr<1 rkmT- , T 1# 

a revamped lineup provided a R ^«"« m im 

stiff battle throughout the game, pmw ns^»s *?i a 
The stampeders held sfim i.ln 

1 F>—bi—/ftanHf InU I/S s/s 

’ n —toM/WI yanta S/« « M 


Reward 


to 347,000. 


‘Lamoureux and Sleaver* 


EASTKBX rovrtuvn _______ 

_r w t t r am*. 

toasw ti i t • as la is » * %r 

as* si t::a u . FAN FARE 

t ir ■! U 111 « IS » 4 


TORONTO lCPI — Toronto ally wrapped it up with less than ' 1* j is # l!» S 4 

ArgooauU aelebratad Dick Shat-, thrae minutes to play in the _ _ _ 

to day with an exciting 24-21 j game when John Vilunas wax r W L T ’ r A ru 

victory over Montreal Alouettes j good on a 31-yard field goal that ougr, mi 1 1 w m s 

as the last-place Argos made | broke a 21-21 deadlock. The lead j :mix. a::: s 8 s 

their final home stand of 1 had changed hands four ttm«l» wu»f» « M a ■ • 1 sn im u 

the Eastern Football Conference before Vilunas came up with his "* l—,B . « *1 

ir , nnnnr , nn n - 1 - 1 - i r , nr , r -, nn - rt -l desperation boot. I ‘ rf m? 

, ! Shatto's touchdown at 8 :57 of as 

Today’s B.C. LtoM-HamUbn tbe KCOnd quarter glv . Toronlo .. » C ji A »« > 

game will lie televised m I af| u . 7 )rad but, more than that 1 •> 

(ttaaMl 8 heglMiag at it broke his own Canadian .. — -— - - - 


By Walt Ditzen wSSfiTi 

•1 Hrcnsn rt 


game will 
Ckaaael 8 


he televised na 
hegiaalag at It 


accordtag to tbs CTV I Football League record fori I 

artwork. touchdowns In his career. That E,,« . . . , jL , ’ ^ 

_ hmiwM ui. 01 1 22 ' 19 but sprmted ahead to the o ^ 

rough . qUBrtPr to wrlp ^ game ij&i ~“V 

Saturday. And Shatto had his ALSO RECORD ' U p ^ 28-19. 4 . 2 ' *» 

own celebration, a touchdown The two passes caught by the: Robinson hooted 37 and 311- 

and an all-round brilliant per- 32-ye.r-oid Shatto increased his yard field goala and smacked „ . , 

form an ee. career total to 462, also a CFL through three converts to lead Solution tO hx 

The 12-year veteran in pro rK ord. the Stampeders scoring. —---- 

football, a native Springfield. The victory was Toronto’s sec- j coFFEY STARS 

Chio, and now a Canadian citi- ond in 12 starts this season and v-. klmr . Tnmmv,l» CrJ. Ol m m 

zrn. scored his touchdown mid- the loss for the third-place Alou- iTTS/* jSm V/v/i/i/vm 

way through the second quarter ettes just about squelched any goal q/ 35 95 ic and 12 yards 1 I 

and returned to the field at half hope, they had of finishing the Convert L7ULLLI if A 

time to receive a shower of 14-game season In second place. rw„ r i.*.-v r,„i. r».„ 

flu ta hi, li„* ,.m, * TM-! ^ By JIM CONHAV 


■rinsn pkiiob 

3 — 1 Wmjcouvbt, Mr Main 

4- VMana. lamnurau* <S. Hurul. T. 
BuqdIi t V 

4— Vk 1 «n«, Bartow <U*tnntra. V«r 
Win IS: IB. 

PmaXiii S. Btarul S:1T: Wtttuk I K 
Ulmw V.V. a Sirtil 4:11: v Hucul 
13:0S; S«*u U:to: Cahu U S. 

TN1BD rr.BMB 

5— iVtrtBrt*. HfWaw i BarUyw T 
Rural I 3:47. 

4—Vaocouvrr, Pnp»ln 'Bran* Bnjn-t‘ 
USB 

I— 1 Wtorl.. Janknwakl tRtdihl. 
•Inwi K IT. 

S Victor** Un-aimn (ft Run. 
UteBWi 11:31 

*—w-(nm SMuar (R«Mlil. JuOcnw 
tot> il ls 

PMMlUM ItotoN I T Seavrr I«:P: 
E vbim 17:4T. 

Mltlar* .. • II t-» 

VUtMnan . * S 7 — 17 


•rises Problem 


onto before retiring from the 
game at the end of this season, i 
CLOSE ONE 

It was a close one all the way 


Quarterback Eagle Day threw 
42-yard touchdown pass to 


Soccer May Erase ‘Shamateurs’ 


LAST 

DAY 

LADIES' 

DAY 

Free Admission to All 
Ladies on Monday 


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2t 

31 

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17* 

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PunU/.vno - 

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•s to By J,M CONWAY meeting that all amateur mem-,under the chairmanship of Joe roorasu. 

flank- LONDON (CPi—The Football h * r . tel "" »‘« n * declaration I Mear. also chairman of the FA Jem. 

er 32-! Association ha. set in motion an ,utu « ^ do ^oltnd v.il\ not | to look at every angle to find rhu. Caraarvco Park: JBSA Muaisnsa 

t. .rai lnonirv tnin ih# r^vt.ton nf uv P«y their players beyond travel- a solution. »«. vinort* Hon»u p«rk ; 

n and, inquiry into we revision Of SOC- _ _ Nanaimo V. Campball Rlvar. Nanaimo. 

nflown cer rules to wine out the dis- linR expenses INDER TABLE uvrra 


Hawks’ Mikita Hurt 
In Exhibition Hockey 


innilirv Inin lha r^vlaton nf anr P»y their players beyond travel- a solution. V« Victoria HonwU. Macdroald Parte; i 

inquiry into we revision Ot SOC- ^ _ _ Nanaimo V. Campball Rlvar. Nanaimo. 

cer rules to wipe out the dis- expen *”^ I NDER TABLE socteb 

tinction between amateurs and V* e /"ember teams agreed | y a [] footballers do become i p m.—'victoria Diatom Laa#ur. tint 
professionals. If the revision snd» resolution was passed, butij ug{ fpi ayeri( » then it will af- au!£Sc ; ^^HrartaM’Tftctoy^a 
goes through, they will all be- wlth an amendment by an am- lect g^ vera | o7 the larger am- uickiea, Hrywoon Avanua Park. 

r-ftma known aa nl.vm SteUr member. Bishop Auckland —___ 3 n m.-Vlclorla Dlamct Laaava. ate- 

come known as players. Durham that this Should also 8,eur c,ub * Wtl ° at ^ moment ^ p dM- 0 r. wandarw. v. Eaqumwit. 

n_____ 1 J ln Liurnam, mat UllS snouia a ISO t nlnnnlM i K. naui>» WlnXanr PaiV llnlvanllv v< ften 


PAY OFT YARD I K °*‘ Ir ™ign, wey wui au oe- ---- r ' ,, . lect several or the larger am- Luckira. Hrywood Avanua Part 

“ " fullb.d. J.™ com. *.»»" .» Ol-i’cc «~c Cub* »*° •« «- mom... J, 

score after halfback Jim Thom-l th * mo »t drastic change since JZ Z empio y part-time players ^ , , ama ***' who do allow B **«* H, “ p ‘*- 
as galloped 49 yards to the four, professionalism began 100 years ™ , p a J d P Valning teams ral . her Ur ** '***"“ “ cc «“ ts ««« **"'« 

r ... .1, r,„ior.o ago." junior anu uaunri* ihuu. and sometimes create bogus 1 »m.-InvitaUaaal ma«r. Shawnifu 

picked lip a staple on a ^6-yard A * lmilar chan * e ,he 'tidus EXPOSE HHAMATEI R.H positions on the administrative 

Sunt conceded by Clarence of "ickeler, was made in 1962. The professionals, "presented side so certain players can re- 4; „ pm _ Vinrouv „ Ijlind Juvrnl „ 

Kachman But in the case of football the by the Football League, balked ceive additional money. This Lr»fw. Esquimau MrLam.. u. port 

Tk . , ", ,K.n»dwi v,.nH. reasons for the proposed change at this and a showdown between system, known derogatively as Alb * ra, ‘ apon * c '" ,r * 

The lead changed hands eight___JC.. »* fa " w»« wIHpIv. -.- 


J .. , .. u.li in-.Bi,, „ are more complex. It involves the league and the FA resulted "shamateurism," was widely MMHMIMMMMIMniaMNto 

u/iOTpc-., - m 1,1 efiLUL!*.!!!TlTiI the vexin * of whether in 87 of the top 90 professional criticized last season. The ww f'' 

Han pn th^ an amateur '« entitled to be teams resigning from the associ- measure will bring this out into j JtICQHI IxOll 

a J elp « 1 *«"» «h* paid for playing for hi. team, ation. the open. _ 

W “ h w W 5 -.r a Vedt0 1 Matters came to a head wten Now a committee of 10 mem- However, many people »y Fnr T 
^ ay h* a cracked rib - * i the Football Association pro- bers from both amateurs and that amateurs must receive *• 

nut toto centre Stan Mikrta migHAKEN L'P I posed last year at Its annual professionals has been set up |K> mething Charles King, man-j Medal rourto tor wnmei 

... Calgary tackle Don Luzzi and--— —lager of Bromley in Kent, said:L.im.r. n# iv .*d. 


Knrkl ta Si In i n hkla m>- 
valita4 tar Mia im. Ifea brat Sam 
(m llahiai aaa tailai tar IS* matt 
1* tut a anil h* aa Mlaaaa ftlaarv 
aAaaaa ara Faftlle nail list llaMH 

TODAY 

A.M. F.M. 

Minor Major Minor Major 

12:08 1:44 12:48 8 :M 


Milriu left the game, which Eskimos flanker Randy Kerbow I 
the Hawks won, 2-1. midway wer e both shaken up. 
thro ugh the second period with Coffey's kicking performance | 
a groin injury after being (our flrfd Koa i a ln one game 
bonded by Cana diene' Terry tied , rfC(>rd ^id by several; 
Ha ^ per Other players. 

Pierre Ptiote and Enr Nosier- Eskimo* led the Stampeder, j 


B:44 12:48 

MONDAY 
8:44 1:20 

TUESDAY 
1:38 2:20 

WEDNESDAY 
8:28 3:15 

THLR 8 DAY 
8:14 4:20 

FRIDAY 
8:88 5:25 

SATURDAY 
lt:4» 5:55 

SUNDAY 
11:34 6 15 

MONDAY 

- 6:55 

TUESDAY 

12:58 7:55 


Major aolunar parofta. U«Uat 1U> to 
I hour*. Bark typa. 

MUmr panntfa #iort»r ki duration, 

Uita-«u>a 


enko sent the Hawk* ahead, 2-0. 
F-M. iiefore Henri Richard replied 
Minor Major for Montreal. 

12'48 8-85 Or Land Kurten- 

‘ bach, obtained from Bo non in 
AY the off-seam, fcxa-ed twice for 

1:20 I:*® Toronto to give the Leals a 3-3 

»AY tif with the Red Wing*. George 


Ti vo More 
For Russia 


Tunisian Conquers 
Giants of Track 


I something, t-narjei King, man- Medal round for women wnh 
,ager of Bromley in Kent, wid: handicap* of 15 snd under will 
"It has to come. People don t njayed Tuesday at Victoria 
do anything for nothing In this q^| Q Ub 

modern age." __ , 

The draw: 

[PROGRESSIVE MOVE ___ *_ lrt . 


TTie draw: 

BOGRESS1VE MOVE m N-v^ith. 

Alec Smith secretary of’Em 


0 a m 1 field in North London, said the in : .a-Ko»h««i' Cr«r. PumfrF> 

■ I /\T I |*n/)L r change "will be welcomed by ^j 1 ^i 4 v Hmr to 

l-a-l/IIIIW I I-1 I I g\ I 14 all progressive clubs. in : 4 J-v*io, ftahocouah. Oww 

VflalliO VI X I atlV The change wiU affect some if, _ 

the top non-professional compe-|^'^""J^T7T^TTT7TTT 
MEXICO CITY (API—Moha-i For the second straight day titions and tournaments, espe- M CANADIAN 

med Gammoudl Tunisia’s onlv the sma11 US - **<* and fle,d c,all y * e FootbaU Association ■ JUVENILE 

^Tr ^rO vLr ^tinsent failed to win an Amateur Cup which runs along-■ 

entry in the Uttle Olympics,!^ slde ^ main FA ^ rom pe- ■ FOOTBALI 


VANC0L ' VER <CP) Irld^re^tekter * V ^ bejt ^ b aB Stolto SISi fli 

8 - P ^Sie^Ue? 'S'JSSSZ Z *" Clark ' ° f A - ,ralia - American^Satu^day *was l sec “atttf Vision say 

- ™ y ed - Clo ^h^eSSSS Camp Pendeiton, Caiif . in the ^ ^^ the women . 


CANADIAN 

JUVENILE 

FOOTBALL 


scored for Detroit. 


Hockey 

Scores 

ftMEBICAN Utfll E 

nttlhurah 1, Hmhrv 3 

RocJta*l»r 4. Sptinfficia 4. 

WESTERN I.EAOI E 
Vanrauvrr 3. Vk-tnn* T. 

| 8**(U« 3. Porttand 4. 

| WESTERN INTERNATIONAL 

i RouIumI 4. Cranhrrwk 4. 

I Mmluinc S. Trull f 
Kunh*rt*} I. Nrlaon 2. 

EXHIBITION 

CNlr**o INHI.I 2 Mooimil <NHLi 1. 
Toramn (NHLi I. Drtrnll (NHLj I 
«U*i. 

ONTARIO ar.VIOR A 
0*i*i t, MonUaU L 


STmULZ US marine Lt BiUy M * Ila «* ooTplZ 7y Marie Mulder of Advocates of the re vision, ay 
^SThS'JS 2S Camp Pendeiton, Caiif., in the ^ ^ in toe women. 

| victories over a surpristogly 5.000-metre run Saturday and ^ "j * w „ t G ^ rmany club, which play regularly on 


Earlier in the eventag the by iev eral yard, in the rela- 
Russian women’s team had little tjvely slow time of 14.40.6. 
competition from the American Clarke, whose world mark of 
national team, taking 15-0, 15-6 13:25.8 was officially recognized 
and 154> victories. I Saturday, finished in 14:41 8 . 


MORE SPORT 
PAGES 1 7 , 18 


Babe Ruths 
To Gather 


strong United States squad be- completed a distance double in won event in 2 26 6 a anything from a top-flight sta-1 
fore 5,000 fans Saturday. the experimental competition. Mexican record ’ dium to a “umry « is 

The Russians were pushed in Gammoudii who had captured --- <*»>? ***** ^ ^ 10 W 

every game but mwiaged to ^ io,o00-metxe run Friday. n ■ n ^ players. The others will 

&12, "-‘"'ir’) ^*r^ n ^ Babe Ruths r„“" ue “ ' h,,y hav ' ■“ wsy! ! 

and 1 7 _12 ‘ 200 yards of the 5,000 and won “ 

“ by several yards in the rela- fTl -1 FIND LEVEL . 

tively slow time of 14:40.6. AO V^aMlCr J L. Manning, in The Daily I 

Clarke, whose world mark of Mail, recommends that the FA!I 

13:25.8 was officially recognized Annual meetang of the Vic -1 "let all footballers find their 1 
Saturday, finished in 14:418. toria Babe Ruth league will he level and respond to their own 
Tlie slow winning time was hold today- at 2:30 at Little inclination.” 
attributed to Mexico City's 114- League Park, Cook Rnd Hill- "It is only the present re¬ 
mile altitude, which is being side. ,strictive and unenforceable dis- 

tested by about 250 athletes Parents of hoys playing and Unctions which, rob the game of 
from 15 nations. The 1968 Olym- those wishing to play are asked ifaster development and enjoy- 
pics will be held here. to attend. 1 able recreation," he says* 


SUNDAY, 2 P.M. 
Farmer Construction 

VR. 

Cowlchan Timbermen 

CARNARVON PARK 


CANADIAN 

FOOTBALL 

HORNETS 

* VI. 

JBAA MUSTANGS 

SUNDAY, 2 P.M. 
MACDONALD PARK 


RACING 

■■■tNHHNHM 

SANDOWN 

PARK 


Laa^ day of racing. 

Parade to the poet Monday, 
1:45 p.m. Quin el I a first an# 
last race: Exmcto fourth race 
I Rain or shine. 

FREE PARKING 
EXTRA . . . 

Exhibition Race, 1:30 p.m. 





















ISLAND NEWS 


(ESTABLISHED ISM I 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1965 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 


Forgotten Feelin 


Fishermen Forecast 

% 

Bleak Times Ahead 


—Don Hun*Ur 

Fishermen discuss problems with candidate with cigarette 


Bennett 


Government Official Said Hostile 


Impeding Car's Owner Fined 


Courthouse 


Premier Bessstl epeis 
ronitkem Friday at Usagea 
o« Salt Sprint lalaad. *1® 

klm oa platform m govera- 
raeat official! aad Magistrate 
M. F. Parker (wemrtag glaaaea. 
renter). Batldlag ia oae af 
m»i modern la province, aald 
premier.—(A. M. Skarpl 


Mr. Barnett la a member at SHAWNIGAN LAKE — The 
the federal fisheries advliory oaa# of the troubled B-A oil truck 
committee. has landed In court here. 

Poor docking factlitiei with A Duncan man has been fined 
complete lack of supervising, an the owner of a car which 
was one of the fishermen's com- apparently tried to Impede a 
plaints. < 

MOST DIE 1 

Mr. | Barnett admitted the , 
arrangements tor trotters are 
poor In Campbell River. He 
compared them with Port 
Alberai, where the harbor com¬ 
mission uses revenues far wharf 
improvements. 

One fisherman complained of 
"the ridiculous situation” where 
coho caught out of season must 
be released, end 90 per cent 
die. 

"The loss is terrific,” he said. 

The fishermen said the area 
should he closed for all fish, 
stead of "being fruatrated by rather than allowing fishing of 
the voters' failure to accept one species such as springs 
the original year-round swim coho out 
mlng pool proposal a. I i con , , b|e ^ to catch 

tenniai other fish, like coho, and the 

^ j " fisherman 1. fined if these are 

whole new concept * found in hi, boat," commented 

by town planner Arthur ^ f5jhwman 

Mudry. Mr. Barnett blasted "the total 

It waa Mr. Mudry who sug ]. ck | ntCT „ t lhown ln V lc 
K«rted the change^of location toria (by the provincial govers- 

—in the future of the 
fisheries in this province.” 

He said the lack of interest 
“Is dumfounding." 

NO* B.C. 

The candidate said cabinet 
ministers from all other sea- 
provinces except B.C. 

I attended the recent federal-pro¬ 
vincial fisheries conference In 
[Ottawa, and "the premier of 
| Newfoundland brought 20 ex- 
| peris with him to the meeting. 

"B.C. sent two civil servants,” 
the candidate said. 

He claimed there Is something 
wrong with the educational 
system In the province when 
forestry engineers "do not know 
the relation of forests to 
fisheries. 

SMALL SCALE 
"Streams are being polluted, 

1 damage is being done by the; 
logging Industry, but work being 
done is not on a scale to cope 
with the problem.” 

He said “We, the NDP, have 
come up against a Wank wall as 
far as action from the federal 
government is concerted, and 
I fee! the fishing companies are 
calling the shots. 

EXAMPLES CITED 
"Pressure by these companies 
has more to do with regulations 
than proper conservation meas¬ 
ures.” 


Later that same night five bul¬ 
lets were drilled into the same 
truck, driven by Leighton Levitt 
of Victoria. 

Const. William Saunders said 
Henry "DutcWe” Vonkeman was 
charged as the owner of the car 
because the driver could not be 
identified. 


Vonkeman was fined 550 (or 
"being the owner of a motor ve¬ 
hicle driven by a person with 
his permission, without reason¬ 
able consideration for others 
using the highway.” 

Const. Saunders said the B-A 
.truck was almost forced off the 
i road. 


DUNCAN - Hojies of includ¬ 
ing Salt Spring and Galiano in 
| the proposed Lady smlth-Cuwi- 
chan regional dukict appear to 
haw been dashed; Friday night 
seven i e p c ca w n atives of the two 
islands walked out of a meeting 
called to dUcias the district. 

"I think you're watting our 
time and we re wasting yours," 
W. H. Bradley, representative of 
Salt Spring Island fire protec 
txxi district, told James Baird, 
municipal affairs official 

After Mr Bradley's state¬ 
ment, the seven shifted back 
their chairs and walked out of 
the meeting at which 90 invited 
representatives from South 
Cwvichan to L adysmtttt at¬ 
tended. 

DELEGATION 

Six representatives came 
i from Salt Spring, the seventh 


Sewers Rejected 
In Qualicum Vote 


Valley Project 


QUALICUM BEACH — Year-round residents 
came out in force to reject a plan to provide sewers 
for almost the entire village. 

Saturday the vote waa 129 yes, IS? no, with 
286 of the 740 eligible voters turning oat. 

The bylaw, to provide $640,000 far sewers, 
needed a 60 per cent majority to pass. 

Officials said before the vote If It waa paaaed 
by residents, it would be done with winter works 
and Central Mortgage and Housing assistance, 
and could reduce the coat to local taxpayers to 
about $493,000. 


Committee 


Nanaimo Conference 


Cities Cluttered 
By Signs, Poles 
Says Architect 


for the pool to a new Wte on ment > 
Tenth Avenue, above the dry 
creek In an area of natural 
terrace* and wooded slope*, 
known by all Port Aibeml 
youngsters aa an exciting natu¬ 
ral playground. 

Some call It the Gully, . 
others call it Tenth Avenue 
fill, but as town planner Mudry 
visualises it, It could be the 
basis of a recreation area that 
would make the Aibeml Valley 
the envy of the Island. 

CULTURE COMPLEX 

At a recent centennial com 
mittee meeting the idea of the 
year-round pool was again pre 
sented, but this time merely 
as a starting place for the 
eventual development of thej 
surrounding area. 

The park-like surroundings 
of the pool could be tamed to 
create a miniature Stanley 
Park, the committee feels, with 
the eventual addition of an 
activity centre, museum and 
art centre and other recrea¬ 
tional and cultural facilities. 


IMPLICATION 

"We’ve worked hard to set up 
a recreation organization . . . 
but Mr. Baird implied our recre¬ 
ational district might come 
(under legislation of the regional 

Opening speaker at the con-1 district, 
greas. sponsored by Nanaimo "Duncan pays two mills for 
Advisory Planning Commission, hospital purposes, we pay .65 
was Waroett Kennedy, execu-jof a mill.” 
live director of the Architec¬ 
tural Institute of B.C. 

He said he believed good 
things were not brought about 
by masses of people but by po¬ 
tent minorities. 

"Councils tend to forget spend¬ 
ing of land perpetuity ia just as 
important as investing money. 

A bunch of new buildings down¬ 
town is not necessarily pro¬ 
gress," he added. 

The meeting was chaired by 
Dr. Gordon Bell, head of the 
local planning commission. 


NANAIMO — The clutter of 
signs, billboards and power | 
poles in downtown areas was 
attacked Saturday by Portland 
architect Lewis Crutcher, speak- 1 
mg to the planning congress. 

"Visual dysentery" was the 
tag he hung on neon sign de¬ 
velopment. 

Speaking of Nanaimo, he said 
"I am at a loss to find the 
city's focal point." 

•MlAT HAVE HEART' 

Referring to the city's pride,; 
the Gordon Street parking de¬ 
velopment, Mr. Crutcher said 


Students set up mobile spar tree in the rain 


More News 
Of Island 
On Page 6 


Mr. Severn said it is mote ad¬ 
vantageous for employers to 
hire men trained at the school 
than picking men off the street. 

"The logging industry is starl¬ 
ing to live down its reputation 
for hiring bums and transient 
types." 

School regulations are strict, 
he said, and behavior and ap¬ 
pearance arc strongly stressed. 

NOW THEY COME HERE’ 

"Lots of students have tried 
menial jobs and now they have 
come here." 

Mr. Severn,- a former woods 
foreman for Rayorrier at Pori 
Alice, maintained experienced 
help is always one of the big¬ 
gest problems facing any super¬ 
visor. \ 

“There's been such a big turn¬ 
over and expansion in the 
woods, some men have been 


He said Portland, like Na¬ 
naimo. ha* given its heart to' 
the machine. 

He said he is a great fan 
of trees. 

He called them ■ practical 1 
and economical method of air 
jsjrificatioo. 

CONTROL TEMPERATURE 

They help control tempera¬ 
ture by offering shade and by 
giving off moisture in hot 
weather. 

Noise control, picking up dual 
on iheir leaves, and breathing 
in carbon dioxide fumes from 
and breathing out pure 


Nanaimo 


60 Men 
Learn 

Logging 


School T\ Planned 
If Staff Available 


Murphy, Philip Tippler and Bob 
Riddell. 

The school 


employs 

Ernest Brown as a sjiar tree 
operator, and Alex Thompson 
operating a bulldozer. 

No money is paid out by the 
student. The course is subsidized 
by the provincial and federal 
governments. Clothing and 
equipment is loaned by major 
logging companies in the prov¬ 
ince, and the loggers eat and 
live at the school. 

LOGGING SHORTAGE 

Mr. Severn said the logging 
industry has a shortage of 8.000 
skilled jobs, and his students 
have an excellent chance of get¬ 
ting employment when they 
leave the school, 
i Upon leaving the school the 


By PETER TAYLOR 

NANAIMO 


T*l_vlai™ IS Deing trained in uie use m cuciMucromc unit anu euiui 

, p TV equipment at UBC, Dr. Mbc- involved on the part of a teacher 

grams will be produced at the Lilian said, but If a suitable before the right material can be 
senior high school here after teacher cannot be hired then the gathered to make an effective 
Christmas If qualified staff can board will go to the TV Industry. TV lesson, 
be found to operate the TV Keenest promoter of TV In After the hard work of once 


cars 

oxygen, were some of the other 
l»enefitx of tree lined street*. 

He told the delegates if they 
don't have legislation control¬ 
ling billboards now, then they 

should have it immediately! , I)r w . R . MacMiUan , head * Bry BUpervisor John Litch. 

Every bridge In Portland is j the school board's education PRODUCING FILMS 
ESS? Z S "nd h»d '"' d h ' lM bMn He -Id .. far .. he k, 

sir p ”™ 1 Brids • ,n *? ■" vtsj" s x 

Nanaimo. been worked out With B.C. province 

TAKING OVER .Telephone Company for equip- ■ R Mult8 depend m the ^ 

Our city limit* have been menl i directing the TV prog ran 

taken over by the hillboard but; At the start this would prob- tends to be a gadget if p< 
we wouldn't permit the same ably Include two video tape use it without specialized t 
thing with an offensive smell oi recorders, two cameras, 2 l|lng, but used properly it ca 
noise." receiver arts, and a studio. the highlight of the lesson. 


















The 


Islander 


jbaUu CoLnist Wi 


ciacizine 


VICTORIA, B.C., SI NDAV. OCTOBER 17. 1965 












Opportunity makes the thief . -Alice Kimoff, 



















do-it* 

mak< 

Kvm 

w 


MARI 


For ordinary people , engaged 
in their normal activities, a day 


consists of 24 hours, popularly 
presumed to be divided into three 
sections, eight hours of tvork, eight 
hours of leisure , eight hours of 


sleep. 


In a hospital, of course, this is 
not so at all. If you haven't slept, 
and the hours have been pain • 
filled, a night is a week long. And 
if you're a patient with a limb or 
two out of commission, the eight 
hours for the work you don't do, 
plus the eight hours of enforced 
leisure, add up to vastly more them 
16. Say another week .. . 


were still In process of being strong while she 
was there, certain amenities, such as lighting 
and refrigeration, were necessarily somewhat 
primitive. Coal oil lamps were in use, and blocks 
of Ice were handled in whatever containers were 
available. 

For the latter purpose. a large bucket had 
been borrowed from an Indian reservation soma 
miles distant, and Sue .tad been given the Job o! 
returning it. It was a hot afternoon. In shorts 

MM* with bare teat, she took off an borsch*ck. 
without benef i t of uddt. ikof a little-used nar¬ 
row gravel road thro u gh fairly open country. On 
her way there tow met nobody and saw nothing. 

On the lehn n trip, however suddenly there 
hi the midst ef nowhere, by the side of the road 
Just ahead at her. she saw a ver* small, very 
aahed, ve ry (risk hi tie unmal Ha-tily descending 
trmm her mom*, rim phted up a new-born, still 
MM puppy It waa marleas. Hotri.yg it, ska 
stood sad surveyed We area Then was nahuman 
being hi sight, no m other dog. no apparent enemy.' 
Hour H could have got there was a mystery, but 
she was Stare M touto'f been there an her trip out. 

Presently aha honed buck to her borne, and 
holding dm hripfrw little waif close. she tried 
to ooai At aoe rim hmd she waa in trouble. 
Whether her bone waa Rwmre of the scent of 
aoum danger dm girl euukto'l sec or whether it 
>ari ihi cure lor small sudr canines of dubious 
origin, she never found out. But it flatly and 
posttvafy r tfumd to permit her to mount, to, 
bail rapped by her hri tea and without stirrup 
or s a ddle -horn to help her. H becafne obvious 
that M aha were Sq rehwn to the guest ranch she 
would have to mb. 

I rafting; her borne, therefore and carrying 
dm baby, which at wsoe snuggled up under her 
driu. she tramped tone miles of rough gravel in 
ban feet. It waa a long waft. Her feet wens 
laneraled and Meedtog wh en rite arrived, but the 
puppy was fine. 

Everybody, tuclndtog toe staff and the power 
tom men, rushed anmi! m he* An rye-dropper 
anas had. and mrih admtoletrrei The torn feet 
af the ruacuer wen ftakrwl. A box and a horse- 
Mauhst were p rovided as a bed hr the newcomer, 
and rids waa set In tom's awa cabin. She set her 
aiano clock to wufae her hourly during the night, 
tor feedbag purpuan. Later an. a doll bottle was 
■ubi (hated lor rim ey e toup p ei. and or course the 

The m Bawktoi Ml hairless condition, 
poMiriy rim rmd af nshrintm of the unknown 
in o rimr . ceased to be, asuf he grew * handsome 
aoat which Iwdtcaled that he might be half border 
eorito auri half huriky. He came in for a certain 
amount «f meek apeesriuthm on ton point, as by 
nanm «f a stripe down Ms weal Iy back, t was 
arstori that he Bright be pan skunk or chip- 
numb Or nig from the map-st/c of his feet, 
pari bear, hi any grea t, be was as cute ss a 
bulb w. friendly and yiayfui, arid was christened 


Some toar melts after his fescue. She ratne 
home to Victoria. Aad she smut; i: led the baby 
an the wgy. By trato, bus. and ferry, Tloo tow 
elhd friddea to a Moulder bag. and no one was 
any ton wtssr. Htomistress eves managed warm 
mUk far him on route, and provide exercise, 
by stealth so tost the contraband goods never 
gave itself away. Which certainly proves that 
Mas Denay to a ymmi lady like Kipling's 
mariner, “4 1 hrfhrito resource and sagacity.’* It 
takas a a uni— to get away with murder! 

With Mr. mid Iftn. Demy off io Europe. and 
Sue at the Un i v ersity . H has become necessary 
to ftod — nthgr home tor T*oo. So now he I* with 
Mr. aad Mrs. Roy Jewell on Braver I-ake Road, 
where he is not — ly cherished by his new owners, 
but has the company of two German shepherds, 
some horses, a goat, a calf, and a cat. 

Whatever his original danger may have been, 
something perhaps that only Sue's horse knew, 
luck was with Tlco that first day. And since. 


on a sm 


wildern 


Vnnrou 


rttail fin 
is genet 


IHtwer j 
1.000 l 
other sii 


/Minse it, 
away In 
bitted tc 
it prod 
this cti 


way. 


Not i 
phone C 
Soanvly 
Isn't equ 
which nw 
outside w 


Still. I 
a family I 
couldn't I 
next door 
that is fn 
the lack > 
felt porelj 


In any event, you are left with a lot 
of time on your hands. And here at Gorge 
Road Hospital, strictly a rehabilitation 
centre where no one is ill, only tempor¬ 
arily off the active hst, one of the more 
rewarding methods of getting through the 
day is to learn something of your neigh¬ 
bor, who, happly for a writer may have a 
story to tell. . , . 

We were taking about horses aad toeir sensi¬ 
tivity to anything whi ch their nonce er foetr in¬ 
stincts wans them ie stran ge or riwe a W wto g. Mrs. 
Constance Macdougall, of 220 Juft Bay Avenue, 
one of the shove-men boned current neighbors, 
and I hope now my more than current friend, ie 
an expert — horse beh a vior. So—e years ago 
she was pari saner of a wilderness fishing and 
hunting camp to the brier toe, which oauftd be 
reached only — ho rse bac k . 

Twelve miles west of Kamloops her partner 
had a ranch, Cornwall Lodge, and front here the 
trail climbed for another 15 miles to the camp, 
which, because a n e ar by surveyor's cairn pro¬ 
claimed the altitude to be 5.M0 feet, she inne- 
daitely christened Mile High. It was <m this brail 
that she once had a frightening experience. 

It was September, the duck seas— was start¬ 
ing. and Osntinrr. at Mile High, found she had 
left her gun and cartridges at the ranch. As she 
commenced her ride down the trail te fetch these, 
her partner's asece called to her aad asked her 
to “please ride Bakhe back!'* 

Now Bakhe, it appears, was something af 
an outlaw, and. although Constance didn't know 
it at the time, he had already pitched his o wne r 
off that morning. Accordingly the —mannerly 
creature ha> been left where he was. In foot 
one of the wranglers Was a trifle worried when 
Mrs. Mac appeared and staled she would ride 
him back to the camp. 

"That's a pretty sleazy critter, that Bakhe.** 
said he duHouafy- 

He was. Constance, motmted. promptly found 
she had her hands full. She was wearing chaps, 
had the heavy shells in one pocket, a Dottle of 
cheer in the other, and her gun under her knees. 
"Moreover,** she recalls. •'Bakhe and I didn't 
really want each other at all!" 

So what with all this, plus the fact* that It 
was a stiflingly hot day and there were' numerous 
gate* to.be opened and shut even before the steep 


dtfficult ride 


—ns her nba a abruptly. 

Bakhe re a red — Sty , and ev 
cracked bios smartly over toe I 


behind a cheap nf widows directly ah 
eurdttog Uproar. 

"It was Hke nod—« I had ever I 
Me." she said. TJfcr some ms — i 
a fury, screen—g demented!? at « 

Briefly M flashed across her ndna 
had some to meet her and hnd same 
involved in rickwn battle. Mrnggtoe 
her comptotely m a ddened psny, sh* 
them to shut up. tori the appall tog m 
ito tovkoble cause srtlhto tori to hw, 
‘ The pony bee— to (rath to tos 
swung him a w a y — a aridr drtonr frx 
horror waa batog p erpetr a ted to the 


Na one bad gate to meet her. Bat now. up— 
lasting her story, her partner went hash doom 
the trail to investigate. What he fa—d was that 
apparently jnri at the moment to O—h'i ap¬ 
proach to the clump of wi ll— ' a . a cougar had 
jumped a deer. The so—dr to tout pMfaDy —- 
rreu battle, she says, were so—ettxtog rise wffl 
never forget. 

It wss as weB that Bakhe, wicked creature 
though he may have been, hatfo't be— asleep! 

Somewhat different, and with a happier end- 
tog lor a victim, is toe story give n me by Mss 
Susan Denny, daughter to Mr. And Mrs. Roy 
Denny, to M5A Ai dnaae Drive, who come to the 
Gorge Road Hospital to tell me about her 
perienee. 

She I* 18. and going into residence at the 
University this fall. During the summer *he has 
been working at a guest ranch some 20 miles 
from Lillooet, and as the power lines to the place 


Page S—The Daily 


CM—1st, 


8—day, October 17, IMS 


r m > ^ 

S' 

Vivienne Chadwick Tells of.. . 

. . . Horses , Dogs and Hospitals 

Luck Was With Tico 













With large, capable telephone companies offering up-to-date, reliable service, 
do-it-yourself party lines are almost a thing of the past. One of the last of the tinv 
makeshift circuits serves the isolated northern Vancouver Island fishing village of 
Kyuquot. 


MARGARET SHARCOTT 

t 

Kyuquot’s 20-odd homes are 
on a small island facing the forest 
wilderness of the west coast of 
Vancouver Island. There isn’t a 
road for miles. The only electricity 
is generated by diesel and gasoline 
Itower plants with capacities of 
1 9 000 to 10,000 watts . On the 
other side of the island the vast ex - 
pause of the North Pacific stretches 
away to Japan. Isolation , com¬ 
bined with a low population, makes 
it practically impossible to serve 
this community in the standard 


Not that the British Columbia Tele¬ 
phone Company doesn’t do its best. 
Scarcely a boat in the Kyuquot harbor 
Isn't equipped with a radio - telephone 
which makes it possible to talk to the 
outside world at a minute’s notice. 

Still, this useful service didn’t provide 
a family telephone in the house. Neighbor 
couldn't talk to neighbor without running 
next door, and In the wet, stormy weather 
that is fi-equent on that part of the coast, 
the lack of a telephone in the house was 
felt sorely. 


DO-IT-YOURSELF 
TELEPHONE LINE 




Nearby Islet* against Vancouver Island shore. 


The solution to our problem came when a 
larger community SO miles away got Itself hooked 
to standard telephony service by means of mic¬ 
rowave. We bought its cast-off rural apparatus. 

Rubber-booted fishermen strung wire from 
house to house, tacking It securely to the trees, 
and carefully Insulating each tacked point with 
the neck-end of a broken beer bottle. Finally, 
they laid short lengths of underwater cable to 
link a half dozen families living on tiny islets a 




u 




A comer of Kyaqoot served by do-it-yourself telephones 


stone's throw from the main Island. 

The line complete, each subscriber affixed 
his phone to his living room wall. The phone w as 
an antique box that contained two round batter¬ 
ies. On the fr^nt of the box, a black, cup-like 
mouthpiece adjusted up or down to suit the height 
of the speaker. Above the mouthpiece two shiny 
bells shone like eyes. The receiver hung from 
its hook on the left side of the box. On the right 
side, there was a tiny handle, which when 
cranked set ringing the bells on all the other 
phones on the line. 

For a signal system a letter in Morse code 
was assigned each subscriber. Dots were short 
rings, dashes long rings. Two long rings-became 
the community signal, summoning everyone to 
his phone. A directory, consisting of a card with 
the subscribers' names and their signals was 
issued. Since the numbef of subscribers on the 
party line didn't exceed the number of letters in 
the alphabet the system proved quite satisfactory. 
The only difficulty arose in deciding just how 
short a short ring should be and how long a long 
ring should be. but with practice the subscribers 
learned to distinguish between the two. 

To place a call you Lifted the receiver and 
listened to hear if the line were in use. If the 
latest village pregnancy, or the merits of pink 
fluorescent fishing lures were not under discus¬ 
sion, you hung up, rung your number, and lifted 
the receiver to wait for your party to answer. 

The only real disadvantage that our party 
line had was that each crank of the handle rang 
the bells on all the phones. At first, with 24 sub¬ 
scribers the solitude of our home was broken 
regularly and frequently by the ringing of our 
phone. After I had spilled the lunch soup a dozen 
time%. and the baby had been aroused from-fris 
afterhoon nap twice as many times, I learned 
to soften the tone of the bells with scraps of 
paper, cardboard or rags wedged under the bells. 
They still rang loud enough to summon me, but 
they no longer startled me. 

Our do-it-yourself telephone line served us 
well enough until one night when all die tele¬ 
phones began to jangle, to shrill continuously. 

Continued on 1‘age 15 


The Dally Colonist, Sunday, October 17, 13&5—I*»ge I 


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M<IIIJ WRITER help* k'eatifj manic lay**. 


MOTION of wife galiles Mr. Tyt 

am* 4m ilrp Mi «rt» 


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WHITE CANE 


to locate Ike Ml 


■‘Vi fl/iW Afan Will Not Thank You for a Looking-Glass 


99 


by ED ARROL 

The French have a proverb 


DON’T FORGET 


which aptly describe* the attitude 
of many “sighted" persons to¬ 
wards the blind. It is a condescend - 
ing 9 feeling - sorry - for, mothering 
attitude that erodes the pride of 
your blind friend—whether he is a 
newly-blinded grandparent or 


BLIND PEOPLE 


CAN’T SEE 


someone blind from birth. It is an 


unthinking attitude which under¬ 
estimates , and it is summed up 
neatly in this French maxim: **A 
blind man will not thank you for a 
looking-glass . 9 9 


"Start her out on plastic dishes,’ 
chuk advised. 


Mr Tym- 


The most frequently made mistake by 
the sighted person is to forget that the 
blind person can’t see, according to Bill 
Tymchuk, district representative for the 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 
In Victoria. "The average blind person is 
the same as you. Like you he has all sorts 
of likes and dislikes, views and opinions. 
He's a person first and foremost, the only 
difference being that he can't see. 

"The tendency, very often. Is to fee! that the 
blind person is strange, that he's different, with 
the result that he isn't told unpleasant things, or 
else he's told far too much and he's over-pro¬ 
tected." He advises sighted people to be natural 
when dealing with the blind. 

"It means absolutely nothing to the blind 
person to use gestures and say something is "this 
long," or "this high.” Very often I’ll ask some¬ 
body: “Where Is the ashtray?” and they D say, 
“Over here, "or "over there,” or "beside you.” 
If you happened to be in a crowded china shop, 
“beside you," when you reach for ft, could be 
devastating. It's essential to be as accurate as 
you possibly can by saying the article is so many 
inches, feet, or yards away. 

"Blind people themselves often forget 
when they're talking to another blind person. 
•Which is your good eye? Ill ask, they'll say: 
“This one.' and use a gesture—all of which doesn't 
mean a thing to me, as It would to a sighted 
person." 

One of the biggest oroblems is the tendency 
for the public to be overhelpful or to insist that 
a blind person is totally incapable Oden CNIB 
officials arc called In to adjudicate in situations 
like these fand they could happen In any home 
when a member of the family becomes blind) ? 

"My daughter won't let me help with the 
dishes.” a newly blinded woman complained. 
“She says I’ll break her good china and that I'll 
put everything back In the wrong place.” 


Fmfe 4— The Dally CMoaisl, 8aaday, October 11, IMS 


On another occasion, am the prairies, the rep¬ 
resentative called at the farm where one of three 
brothers became blind. "The other brothers 
would not let him do a thing, not even pump 
water. In fact, they begrudged the time it took 
to look after him. 'There's a lot be can do to 
help you and himself,' 1 told them. Out at the 
well the blind brother demonstrated that he eeald 
pump wgjer. Some months later I discovered 
that the other brothers had to rod many things 
their blind brother could do. He was even separ¬ 
ating milk and washing the separator!” 

It is embarrassing, too, when people use the 
blind man's guide as an Interpreter. "We were 
standing together at a social affair when a woman 
asked my wife, ‘What does ha take in his coffee?' 
Eleanor said, 'Weil, why don't you ask Mas?' “ 

If you can see only the top letters on the 
eye chart your vision is probably 10 par cent or 
less and you are legally blind and should use a 
white cane. You are legally blind hi cases whe r e 
you may bave more than 10 per cent vision but 
your fields of vitioo are reduced to angle no 
greater than 10 per cent from fixation. Another 
category—which includes glaucoma—is the case 
where the person sees aa though looking through 
a lube. He may be able to read fine print with 
bis tunnelled vision” but his Held of vision is 
less than 10 per cent 

"People notice a blind man with a white cane 
waiting for a bus. When the bus arrives they may 
see him walk around to the front and exclaim: 
That's my number,' and climb aboard. Hiey’l! 
phone the CNIB and say: ‘There's a fraud in town 
masqueradtog aa a Mind man,' when, in reality, 
this man may have tunnelled vision and has every 
right to carry a white can. Perhaps this explains 
why It is difficult to persuade some partially 
sighted people to use a white can.” 

These partially sighted people—who am 
neither blind nor sighted—have a variety of low 
vision aids available. Yet life fa probably more 
difficult for them than for those with one or two 
per cent vision, or the totally blind. 

Here are a few tips for helping the blind: 

WALKING!—In guiding a blind person always 
let Mm take yoar arm. Walk, whenever possible, 
on the outside fthis, for parking meters and 
poles.) It's most important, however, that be 


take your arm, so that he b free to float:" 
Normally, he will walk about ball « step behind 
you and will be able to feel—by getting a firm 
grip just around your elb ow every step you take. 
When you step down off a curb, be will . <uturnstto- 
ally step dawn. 

STEPS "I find it quite distracting when I'm 
walking with somebody, and we’re talking, to be 
told, curb! or step! It spoils convert* imo-to My 
the least! Another thing,’ Mr. Tymchuk added] 
"If your escort tells you that there t a step, he 
may tell you three steps away and. you start loth 
big tar It. You lift your foot up. very unmqr- 
ally. and tt looks terrible! The umr thing when 
you have to step down. For that reason I'd just 
as soon not be told that there's a curb, just 
merely hold on to my guide and feel him p> op 
or down and govern myself accordingly.” 

• The white cane crane s In here. As he Heps 
out with his left foot the point of the cane ex¬ 
plores the area where the right foot will land. 
The cane describes an arc, from right to left and 
vice versa like a pendulum exploring the srea 
where each foot will land.) 

When you are out for a stroll, if the Mind 
person doesn't take the first step in making Mi 
desires known then the sighted person should ask 
as tactfully, and as frankly as fa ran. ' What 
would you like me to tell you?” and then proceed 
to describe it as simply aa possible. snmcthMg 
like this: 

“Well, we've jint come onto Douglas Street. 
Here, beside ua is the new oanstruriinn for toe 
Bank of Blank. Here's a wee specialty shop that 
eaters strictly to candy.” Now. this may be el 
great interest. If not right now It may serve a 
useful purpose later. This same person may be 
at a social gatherteg and -have the opportunity 
to tell somebody where there is a very good Eng¬ 
lish toffee shop.” 

When you turn a corner always tell him «hal 
street you've eavne to. Suppose you ve turned 
down Yates and you're continuing toward the 
waterfront, tel) what boats ate in, if any, and 
whether the aea Is rough. 

ENTERING A CAR—Hie best way is to bring 
toe blind person up to the door, open the car 
door just a wee fail, put his band on the tap of 
toe door and let him open It the rest of the way 
by himself. In this stray he la able to Teel haw 
high the doorway la. Tell him. "The door la 
right in front of us and it open* la. or it or 
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5. Always identify yourself when entering a room if at 
blind person is alone. Don't play any “guess who” games! 

6. When eating out read the menu and prices to him. If 
he wants help, ciSt his meat, fix his coffee, etc. Tell him the 
position of the food on his plate. 

7. If you walk with him let him take your arm. Don't push 
him! The motion of your body will tell him what to do. 

8. If he has a dog, remember that the dog is a working dog, 

not a pet! Don’t divert his attention—his master's life depends 
on his alertness. , 


1. Never leave a door ajar! Keep corridors—and sidewalks 
—clear of clutter. Tell him if furniture is moved. 

2. A Wind person can hear as wei as you, aomptimes better. 
Always talk directly to him, not through his companion. 

3. When showing a blind person to a chair, put his hand 
on the back. He will be able to seat himself easily. 

, 4- Give directions as dearly as possible. Left or right ac¬ 

cording to the way he is facing. 


to hump your head on ■ door frame because you 
didn i know- it* height 

DIRECTIONS—“I And If I go into a new city 
and get my directions balled up the first time, 
then there a no straightening them out, the house 
will lie on ihe wrong side of die street for ever¬ 
more. Mr. Tymchuk said. "I always prefer my 
driver to let me know—even tn the middle of 
aonie very interesting discussion—that we've just 
turned west, or tome such thing, particularly on 
a stow curve at stow speed. 

"If there is a name on a bridge, read it. 

"Something else that I really appreciate Is 
• signpost along the highway. When all the sign¬ 
posts are read off to you. the names of villages 
aa you go by. tlten you snow exactly where you 
are. You also know whether your driver is speed¬ 
ing because you can clock him with your Braille 
watch ” 'Compasses a..d thermometers are also 
available far the blind.) 

(Dixi.ta -Colors are difficult to describe. A 
perxm who has been blind all bis life may have 
some conception of colors but such a person 
wouldn’t lie Interested In the colors of all the 
Dowers in Beacon Hill Park, as might someone 
who lost his sight recently. 

SEN HE or IMEIX Blind persons gel a lot 
of pleasure in being able to detect oertain smells: 
the diflercat (towers and plants, smells along the 
waterfront. For the blind smells are very useful 
la determining bearings, especially If there haj>- 
pena to be a bakery along the street, or a laun¬ 
dry. a garage with its oil and gasoline smells; 
a drug store, especially in the summer time when 
She doors are open. These are very distinct 
smells such as the rank, stale smell when you 
pass by ihe exhaust fan from a beer parlor-and 
if the blind [leraon has missed J*em. so mellow, 
you could remind him about there. 

SOI XIM-Sounds help the blind person to 
perceive, be il bird songs, street sounds, or oilier 
sounds Coming up from Yates, along Blanshard, 
Helen to the most unusual sound made by a pneu¬ 
matic wrench as It tightens and loosens bolts ia 
the DAD Tire Limited across from the CNTB. 
Once a blind person gets within hearing distance 
of this garage he can hone In on that sound and 
find the CNIB easily.’' 

Pit Tt 'REB—Before he lost his sight Mr. 
Tymchuk was so avid 35-mm photography fan. 


Impressive texts on about 80 tapes throughout tli* 
university year. It used to break my heart lo 
erase a big textbook and put something else on 
those tapes. One in particular was the History 
of Asia, and I think it required close to 22 tapes 
(about $50 worth of tape, wholesale price, so it 
was too big an investment to tie up ‘hat much 
tape in one book unless It was being used con¬ 
stantly), We knew the courses of ail our uni¬ 
versity students and we'd make sure tnere wasn t 
somelwdy in the first year who would need this 
particular wok that a second or third year 
student was now using. 

‘‘All our readers every one - were volun¬ 
teers. However, in most universities there are 
Reader Grants available for blind students, and 
the CNIB -a member of the Community Chest— 
itself doe* provide a Reader Grant to blind 
students. 

TIPS OX READING TOR THE BLIND The 
main thing when rending on tape is to have good 
breathing so that you're not tossing and (luffing. 
Good posture is very important. Sit erect in a 
high backed chair and use a microphone stand, 
and there will be less tendency to waver. You 
want to maintain as constant a level as possible. 
In a rocking chair you might get carried away, 
and the first thtog you know your voice is un¬ 
dulating, going back and forth. 

ENUNCIATION AND DICTION Many people 
want to help blind people by reading for them, 
completely unaware that they really aren t go<xi 
readers. "I've had many people read to me, and 
for courtesy l sake I haven't stopped any. But 
there are times when a reader's accent or his 
inability to pronounce is so distressing that you re 
listening inicntiy to see what mistake lie'll make 
next rime, and you haven't a clue as lo what he 
has said. Understandably, readers are screened 
closely at the CNTB," Mr. Tymchuk explained. 

READING SPEED A rule of thumb might 
be. read as fast as you can. comfortably, with¬ 
out gasping for breath. However, if you don't 
know your audience, and not sure that they are 
trained listeners, the speed should be kept to 
about 160 w«ords per minute. If at all possible 
read the matter over before recording It, make 
marginal notes, and underline difficult passages. 

Blind people, like all handicapped people, 
resent being babied by do-gooders, especially 
members of their own family, who may have the 
best intentions but won't let the blind do things 
for themselves. Bill Tymchuk is one of the 
busiest mrn in Victoria a blind man doing a II ^ 
he can to prove to sighted people that their blind 
friends can lead useful lives. 


Blindness brought a change of jobs, hobbies and 
Interests (tope recording instead of photography). 
Yet. he says: "Wc still do a lot of color photog¬ 
raphy and 1 tharoughly enjoy Eleanor this wife) 
describing the pictures to me. 

"In describing s picture, there's no rigid rule. 
If it's a mountain scene all you say is: "This Is 
a mountain scene witn a stream in the foreground 
beside which is • little cabin." 110 * tells me that 
mountains are the main feature. If the cabin 
happens to be toe main feature then mention the 
log cabin first, with a stream and mountain in 
the background. The cabin in my picture will 
be big and the mountains far behind.’ 

One way In which friends of Ihe blind can 
help is to tape record certain textbook* for blind 
university students. (Mr. Tymchuk has a library 
of 80 tapes of his own, mostly music tapes choral, 
instrumental, Belafonte. nursery rhymes, dance 
music -he and Eleanor lose to dance—and pro¬ 
grams taped from CEC radio; and he has tiiese 
filed with Braille markings on the ta[>es. His 
den at his home on 1045 Erindale is so neat (out 
of necessity) that it puts many xighled people 
to glia roe,) 

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A violent sou'easter teas raking Victoria when little tug Velos and her heavy 
Large crept from the outer harbor 70 years ago . 

t. w. paterson ANGRY SEAS 


TOOK VELOS 

Sight of 26 Exhausted Survivors 
Huddled Half Naked on Trial Island 
Shocked Even a Hardy Mariner. 


In her pitching wheel house on 
that wild night of March 22, 1895, 
Captain Anderson of the tug Velos 
and his mate, Andrew Christensen, 
anxiously watched the wildly-snak - 
ing hawser between their tiny 
steamer and bucking tow. 

, Aboard the oid Pilot astern, 
were 24 worried men. Once a 
Columbia River bar tug. Pilot had 
been stripped to her hull for haul¬ 
ing limestone and icorkers from 
up-lsland quarries. Now she strug¬ 
gled in the Velos ’ wake. 

Suddenly Christensen yelled, “Cap’n, I 
think she’s going to hit us!” 

Spinning the wheel hard over, Ander¬ 
son could see the barge over his shoulder, 
as it rocketed out of the gloom on a tower¬ 
ing wave and descended upon their lurch¬ 
ing counter. . . . 

Capt. Anderson had had difficulties all eve¬ 
ning. He intended clearing Victoria by 6:30 p.m., 
but three hours were lost before his crew ro